Wears Valley fall fest is a great family friendly event!
5th Annual Wears Valley Fall Festival is fun for the entire family! Sixteen acres of family fun including crafters, storytelling, interactive activities, entertainment, children’s events and great food awaits all in attendance October 19-21, 2018 at the 5th Annual Wears Valley Fall Festival coordinated by Keep Sevier Beautiful. The wide array of activities at this year’s event will give families a great way to make memories, experience a variety of fun activities and enjoy the incredible beauty of fall in the Smokies.
This year’s event begins on Friday, October 19 and continues through Sunday, October 21. Hours are from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Sunday. A single day pass is the nice price of only three dollars. The festival site is next to Tennessee State Bank off Route 321 in Wears Valley in Sevier County.
Get ready for some great live music! The center stage features free live singers including country, southern gospel, Elvis, and much more!
Wears Valley Fall Fest features an Antique Tractor Show and rides for the kids. What make this particular fall festival so unique are the opportunities for fun while learning stewardship for our natural resources. The Kids’ Tent features free crafts that kids of all ages can make. The crafts all show kids how to make things from repurposed items such as t-shirt bags, Christmas and fall decor, and much more! Kids also can play games made from recycled and repurposed items. Ring toss, checkers, and many games will keep the kids entertained. Want a high energy adventure? Take them through the obstacle course or one of the inflatables!
There will be a wide variety of exhibitors and vendors at the festival showing off their artwork and jewelry as well as live demonstrations of metal crafts, basket making, and woodworking. Don’t worry about going hungry, there’ll be plenty of kettle corn, candy apples, and fried Twinkies for dessert first, then you can enjoy some grilled chicken or steak on a stick. If Italian or Greek food twangs your buds you are in luck at the fest. There is something for everything.