Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Auto Shows in the Smokies (Pigeon Forge, Tennessee)

The Spring Grand Rod Run kicks off the car show season with classic Fords, Chevy/GMCs and Gold Wings. Thousands of classic car, truck and motorcycle enthusiasts make the pilgrimage to Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg and Sevierville, Tennessee and the Great Smoky Mountains each year for the first, big Pigeon Forge car show. Pigeon Forge is a popular host to rod runs and car shows. Participants love to take their classic car or hot rod group on a Smoky Mountain scenic drive.  Show off or put your car up for sale, stay at a vacation cabin rental, and enjoy the sights of the beautiful Smoky Mountains.

The participants in these car shows are so eager to get the weekend started that the Parkway and hotel parking lots begin to fill with classic cars on Tuesday of that week. The events feature more than just rare and unique autos, though. Throughout the event weekend, visitors can enjoy interactive displays presented by vendors from all over the country.

Those who enjoy the mechanical aspects of the auto world will savor the opportunity to participate in workshops and get answers to technical questions. Are you traveling a long way from home for the car shows? A variety of welcoming lodging and restaurant options are available to delight any visitor, including cabins, chalets, condos, & resorts in the Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, & Sevierville area.

Some of the following auto events include:
April 29- May 2               Rally in the Forge 2011
May 7- May 8                 Volkswagen Show
May 12-May 14              Annual F-100 Supernationals & All Ford Show
May 19-May 21              Chevy Classics Car Show
June 3- June 4                 Pontiacs in PF
June 12- June 18             All Chevy Supernationals
June 25- June 26             Arts of the Samurai Grand Nationals
Sept 9- Sept 10               Shades of the Past Rod Run XXIX @Dollywood’s Splash Country
Sept 15- 19                     Grand Fall Rod Run

Call 866-286-8284 for more information on local car shows. Ask for Brian

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