Fall Creek Falls Summer Concert Series in Full Swing

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Fall Creek Falls Summer Concert Series in Full SwingPikeville, Tenn. – Fall Creek Falls State Park’s Summer Concert Series is in full swing, offering live music every weekend through August 31.  Featuring an array of artists, including country, bluegrass and folk, all concerts begin at 7:30 p.m. and will run approximately two hours.  Admission is $2.  There is no admission fee for children six and under. 

“This is just another great example of what Tennessee State Parks has to offer for families looking for summer vacation ideas at an exceptional value,” said park manager Jim Hall.  “In addition to the summer concerts, Fall Creek Falls offers many unique recreation opportunities and high-quality accommodations.” 

Summer Concert Schedule:

  • Friday, July 4:  Hickory Wind
  • Saturday, July 5:  Avery Trace
  • Saturday, July 12:  Lantana Drifters
  • Saturday, July 19:  Nightfall
  • Saturday, July 26:  Avery Trace
  • Saturday, August 2:  Nightfall
  • Saturday, August 9:  Dogwood Flats
  • Saturday, August 16:  Hickory Wind
  • Saturday, August 23:  Browngrass
  • Saturday, August 30:  Foxfire
  • Sunday, August 31:  Cumberland

Concerts will be held at the amphitheater in the Village Green area near the swimming pool.  The poolside snack bar will be open during performances, serving pizza, hot dogs, ice cream and a variety of other snacks and soft drinks.  In the event of inclement weather, concerts will be moved to the Recreation Hall.

Fall Creek Falls State Park is a 20,000-acre paradise in the eastern Cumberland Plateau. Located just 40 miles south of Cookeville and 65 miles north of Chattanooga, the park offers incredible scenic beauty and recreational opportunities. Beautiful waterfalls, tremendous canyons and dense forests are protected within the park’s boundaries. Visitors will find a 250-site campground, a hotel and conference center and 30 cabins among the parks many amenities.

For more information about the summer concert series, please call the Betty Dunn Nature Center at (423) 881-5708. Call the Tennessee State Parks reservation line toll free at 1-800-250-8610 to make a reservation at the park’s inn or visit the park’s Web site at www.tnstateparks.com/FallCreekFalls.