Don’t have any plans for this weekend? Now you do! Music of the Mountains is a festival happening right here in the Smokies on April 20 -22. Taking place in three different venues, you’ll get to experience all of the music imported and exported from region, from Celtic to Bluegrass to Country and beyond! Good Thymes Ceilidh Bandon will be playing at 7 pm Friday at the Great Smoky Mountain Heritage Center in Townsend. General admission is $5. On Saturday Music in the Mountains will host free performances at the Sugarlands Visitor Center including the Lost Mill String Band at 10 am, Brien Fain at 11 am, Boogertown Gap Band at noon, Tony Thomas at 1 pm, the ETSU Old Time Band from 2 – 4 pm and the Mountain Strings at 4 pm. Sunday afternoon there will be a program at the Smoky Mountain Visitor Center in Cosby where traditional Appalachian religious music will be showcased. General Admission is $4. That’s a lot of entertainment for a whole lot of cheap!
So what are you waiting for? Let the good times roll!