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 Smoky Mountain Folk Festival

August 29–30, 2014

The 44th Annual Smoky Mountain Folk Festival, to be held August 29-30, 2014 at Lake Junaluska Conference & Retreat Center, will offer two nights of the finest traditional music and dance of the Southern Appalachian Region. The main shows begin at 6:15 p.m. both Friday and Saturday, on the grand stage of Stuart Auditorium overlooking beautiful Lake Junaluska. Both nights will include a rich variety of the region's finest fiddlers, banjo players, string bands, ballad singers, buck dancers, and square dance teams as well as the marvelous sounds of dulcimer, harmonica, jew's harp, bagpipes, spoons, saws, and folk ensembles.

Smoky Mountain Folk Festival musicians play under the tent.
Children play by the lake at intermission.


Our Package Includes:
2 Night's lodging
2 Buffet breakfasts
Concert tickets both nights of music

$125 per person, based on two people in a room, taxes applicable.

Call 800-222-4930 to book

2014 Smoky Mountain Folk Festival Performers

Tentative Performers
No order intended
More to be announced

 Friday, August 29

  • Brooke and George Bunker
  • Folk Heritage Smooth Dancers
  • Stoney Creek Boys
  • Dixie Darlin’s
  • Bailey Mountain Cloggers
  • Phil and Gaye Johnson
  • Fines Creek Flatfooters
  • Cockman Family
  • Mack Snoderly and Flave Hart

 Saturday, August 30

  • Fines creek Flatfooters
  • Cockman Family
  • Mack Snoderly and Flave Hart
  • The NickPickers
  • The Southern Appalachian Cloggers
  • Rob and Anne Lough
  • Helena Hunt and Tracy Best
  • Stoney Creek Cloggers
  • Appalachian Mountaineers
  • Southern mountain Fire
  • Southern Mountain Fire Smooth Dancers