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Stillwell Festival in Sevierville, Tennessee

Submitted by on August 28, 2023 – 12:22 amNo Comment

Chef Jeff CarterThe inaugural Stillwell Festival is set for 4 to 8 p.m. September 9, 2023, in downtown Sevierville, Tennessee, where the food and arts scene is just one more compelling reason to pay a visit to Dolly Parton’s hometown in the Smoky Mountains.

The Stillwell Festival is being held in the Bruce Street Gazebo Lot in Historic Downtown Sevierville, Tennessee: use the address 136 Bruce Street Sevierville, TN 37862 when plugging into a map. The festival gates open at 3:45 p.m. with the live-fire cooking demonstrations beginning at 4 p.m. and music running until 8 p.m.

Tickets begin at $65 and include all-access admission including live-fire cooking demonstrations, bites and sips from noted area chefs and breweries, and a roster of talented up-and-coming Southern musicians.

“From food and drink to music and art, Stillwell Festival celebrates everything that makes the Southeast so special. We’re excited to showcase the best of the Southeast at the Stillwell Festival,” says host Chef David Rule, Partner and Executive Chef of celebrated downtown Sevierville establishment, The Appalachian. “From food and drink to music and art, this event celebrates everything that makes our region so special.”

Chef demonstrations at Stillwell Festival

Festival-goers can expect an outdoor culinary experience including live-fire demonstrations from Drew McDonald (The Plaid Apron), Laurence Faber (Potchke Deli), Jeff Carter (photo, above left) (Dancing Bear Lodge), Trevor Stockton (RT Lodge), Nick Campbell (Cork & Cow), and host chef David Rule (The Appalachian). Pair flavorful bites with high-end beers and seltzers from regional distilleries including: XUL Beer Co., Schulz Brau, Blackberry Farm Brewery, Bearded Iris, Neon Cowboy, Music City Beer Co., Fat Bottom Brewing, Gatlinburg Brewing Co., and Next Level Brewing.

In addition to the food and drink offerings, the Stillwell Festival will feature a lineup of musicians, including 2023 Tennessee Songwriter Week winner Elijah Wise, Rossdafareye, and Jake Cox.

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