Old Fashioned Fun, Food and Tradition

Robert Tino has been painting the Smokies for over 30 years and the annual Smoky Mountain Homecoming is a celebration of all things Great Smoky Mountains including art, family fun, and southern tradition.

Robert Tino New Release

“Smoky Spirits” New Release

This 3-day event in held at the farm of the Robert Tino Gallery in Sevierville just off Highway 66. In addition to the unveiling of Robert’s “Smoky Spirits” fall release, you’ll find old-fashioned games for kids, a Pumpkin patch, live bluegrass entertainment, great food and local crafts. In previous years, there’s also been an old time tractor show, antiques, and roving storytellers.

Make plans to immerse yourself in Appalachian heritage at the Smoky Mountain Homecoming 2016 with a stroll back in time. It’s old-fashioned fun with a plate of food under a shade tree and bluegrass music!

2016 Smoky Mountain Homecoming Event Dates
September 30: 1-5 p.m. | Free Parking, Free Admission
October 1 & 2: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. | Free Parking, $5 Admission