Gatlinburg Events - October 2014
Smoky Mountain Harvest Festival - September 13 thru October 31
October is the peak time to discover the beautiful fall colors of this part of the Great Smoky Mountains and while you are here you will not want to miss the Smoky Mountain Harvest Festival. Activities include fall decorations, live entertainment, local crafts and more.
OktOBERfest - September 27 - November 3
Oktoberfest is a Bavarian-style celebration with great food and drink at Ober Gatlinburg plus live entertainment including traditional Bavarian folk dances, oompah music, schuhplattling, sing-a-longs, yodeling and more.
Autumn Colors in the Smokies - Mid-September thru Early November
Visit the Great Smoky Mountains for an incredible annual display of fall colors as leaves change from luxuriant greens to the brilliant reds, oranges, golds and purples of autumn. Leaves beginning changing at extremely high elevations in late September and then the change in color begins working its way down the mountains.
Gatlinburg Fine Arts Festival - October 4-6
An outdoor, family-friendly event, the Gatlinburg Fine Arts Festival, features quality artists from around the country and live Appalachian music. The festival is put on by community volunteers to benefit the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Sevier County Arts Council, and the Gatlinburg Boys & Girls Club.
Gatlinburg Craftsmen's Fair
- October 10-27
The Gatlinburg Craftsmen's Fair is held twice a year in the summer and fall. The finest artisans and craftsmen in the country wiil be at the Gatlinburg Convention Center displaying their goods including pottery, quilting, brooms, dulcimer, wood carving, candles, furniture, stained glass, metal work, basket weaving and more.
Taste of Autumn - October 29
Visit the Gatlinburg Convention Center to enjoy food from the area's finest dining establishments. Live music