All-Star Bluegrass Artists Coming to Pigeon Forge

The Dollywood Foundation Wildfire Scholarship Fund is yet another way celebrities continue to help Gatlinburg and the surrounding area heal from the devastating fires. This month, bluegrass artists will come together to raise money for this worthy cause.

If you’re at White Oak Lodge and Resort and love bluegrass music, check it out! On February 10 and 11, a lineup of bluegrass music’s top artists will perform at the LeConte Center at Pigeon Forge.

Here’s who will take the stage at the two-night concert Smoky Mountain Strong – A Bluegrass Celebration.

Friday, February 10 – 5 p.m.

Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver
The Grascals
Flatt Lonesome
Volume 5

Saturday, February 11 – 4 p.m.

The Lonesome River Band
Barry Bales & Friends
Dave Adkins Band
Jimbo Whaley & Greenbrier

Admission for one night is $30 per person, or a two-concert ticket is available for $50 per person (not including fees). Tickets are on sale at or at the Pigeon Forge Department of Tourism offices.

Dolly Parton established the Dollywood Foundation Scholarship Fund to provide support for Sevier County students to attend the university of their choice. The Wildfire Scholarship will provide financial aid to students whose homes were lost in the fires.

We think it’s a great show for a great cause, and hope our White Oak Lodge and Resort guests who are in town will check it out!

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