Los Pampas perform at Festival of Nations

Dollywood Festival of Nations brings cultural experiences to Pigeon Forge

Various cultures of the world can be seen right here in Tennessee at Dollywood’s Festival of Nations March 24 – April 30. Said to be one of the most captivating entertainment productions in Pigeon Forge, Festival of Nations celebrates world music, dance, food and art in a spellbinding way.

Festival of Nations proves Dollywood isn’t just about theme park rides. The month-long celebration presents a lineup of performances and shows sure to thrill audiences of all ages. The lineup includes Spirit of the Dance, a powerful foot-stomping Irish dance; the popular Zambian Vocal Group made up of different African tribes to form a collective sound; Atahualpa, a rhythmic, musical blend representing different areas of the Andes, bridging the gap between Dollywood and Ecuador; Los Pampas Gauchos, a high-energy show with traditional music, dances and comedy; Veseli Begunjcani, the fun and lively sounds of Bavarian music that showcase a Slovenian Polka party; and more!

The cuisine of Festival of the Nations will reveal a whole different experience to your palate as you travel the world and back with samples of specialty foods. Parents, this event serves as an educational tool to teach your kids of other cultures while having fun at the same time!

While we’re talking about Dollywood, check out other events happening there this year:

  • Barbeque & Bluegrass – Come hungry at Dollywood’s free concert series featuring the biggest names in bluegrass while savoring some of the country’s most delicious barbeque.
  • KidsFest – Grab the kids for a fun-filled day at the South’s largest children’s festival.
  • Southern Gospel & Harvest Celebration – Kick off the fall season with a huge Southern gospel festival, featuring four weeks of concerts included in Dollywood admission.
  • Smoky Mountain Christmas – See the Smokies highlighted in one of the most spectacular light displays. The event features live holiday shows.

Have you attended Dollywood’s Festival of Nations? What was your favorite part? For more information about the event, visit http://bit.ly/wNvmLn.

Hello! I’m Leah Jennings. I’m a lifelong writer, born and raised in Middle Tennessee. I enjoy travel, food, photography,...Read on

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