Smoky Mountains Tunes and Tales Livens Up Gatlinburg

 

If you’ve ever stayed at the White Oak Lodge and Resort during the Smoky Mountain Tunes and Tales, you know how much it transforms and unifies the community. Back by popular demand as part of Smoky Mountain SpringFest, this year promises to be something special!

Take in the traditional sounds of the Appalachian culture with downtown street performances from musicians, cloggers, storytellers and artisans. As you walk about the tight-knit community, you’ll encounter these artists for a free interactive and educational experience for the whole family.

A new addition for 2014, “The Reunited,” Steve Laciak and Kate Phillips, will perform a collection of hits from the 1920s to today. Sing along as they bring you their version of timeless melodies from Hank Williams to June Carter to Jason Mraz. Tunes and Tales will give you all the bluegrass, folk and country music you can handle!

Come see what makes Tunes and Tales one of Gatlinburg’s most popular events when you stay at the White Oak Lodge and Resort between April 5-August 9! During the spring, performances run during weekend evenings, but you’ll be able to enjoy acts every night of the week from June 13-August 9.

Have you participated in the trout tournament or experienced Smoky Mountain Tunes and Tales? Tell us about your experience in the comments below!

Photo credit: Gatlinburg.com.

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