February Events in Gatlinburg
February is a month dedicated to the performing arts, and visitors will undoubtedly be entertained by the Gatlinburg events presented. First up is the stage production of “Store Britches,” a romantic comedy set in the mountains of Gatlinburg and based on the play written by Lula Mae Ogle. Presented by the Gatlinburg Garden Club, tickets are on sale for $25, and performances will be held at the American Legion Hall on February 17 and 18.
Those seeking more entertainment through Gatlinburg activities can check out the Gatlinburg Improv Fest from February 23 to 26. There will be shows staged by improv artists and groups from around Tennessee that can be watched by spectators at the Sweet Fanny Adams Theater. More Gatlinburg attractions for this even involve improvisation classes with instructors invited to introduce this unique performance art to interested individuals and groups. Fees for shows and classes are quite affordable!
Gatlinburg February Event Listings
Ober Gatlinburg Winter Sports
Ober Gatlinburg features a wide variety of skiing trails for the intermediate to the experienced with breathtaking views and entertainment for the whole family. If you’re not up for skiing, try out many of the other exciting activities they have to offer including an ice skating rink, snow tubing, alpine slide, aerial tramway, or plenty of shops and restaurants to visit.
Date: January 3 – March 15, 2012
Phone: (800) 251-9202
This charming and romantic comedy, directed by Sabrina Gray, is a riveting love story set in Gatlinburg during the 1890s and will open at 5pm on Friday and Saturday (Feb 17/18) at the American Legion Hall in Gatlinburg. Proceeds from each performance will go towards the Gatlinburg Garden Club with the restoration of the Lucinda Oakley Ogle Cabin.
Date: February 17 – February 18, 2012
Phone: (937) 475-7572
Gatlinburg Improv Fest
The Gatlinburg Improv Fest is a special occasion for both performers and spectators at the Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre in Gatlinburg. The event takes place February 23-26 and will feature a variety of improvisation groups and instructors taking part in a series of shows and classes over the four days of the event.
Date: February 23 – February 26, 2012
Phone: (865) 325-9712