Bryson City will be hopping this New Year's Eve with live music, outdoor movie and much more.
Have a big celebration in a small town!
6 -10 pm
Downtown Bryson City: Everett and Frye Streets at the Train Depot
Live music at the depot:
• Grandpa's Cough Medicine (hardcore bluegrass): 6 - 8 pm
• Ashley Heath (country & blues): 8 - 10 pm
Hot cocoa, popcorn
6 - 9 pm Smoky Mountain Trains Museum open with free admission, visit with Smoky the Bear, enjoy wagon rides.
Fun photo opportunity at Penguin Family Photo Cutout
Outdoor screen with family-friendly movie
Ashley Heath and Her Heathens – Raised in the foothills of Appalachia, Ashley Heath has developed a strong passion for country, blues, and folk music. They released their first album in May, 2016. Listen
Grandpa's Cough Medicine – This "180-proof" trio is led by one of the true rising stars of flatpicking, Brett Bass. He is joined Mike Coker, who’s intensity and perfection on the five-string banjo drops jaws wherever they play, and Jon Murphy, who’s unerring solidity on the bass acts as glue in this amazing trio. Listen
Grab your friends and family and take a silly photo at the penguin cutout poster.
Sponsors of Bryson City Chamber of Commerce Events