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Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort and Spa debuts new Winter Music Series

by Brittani Tuttle

Guests visiting Dollywood early on in 2022 can enjoy a new offering at Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort and Spa — the Winter Music Series.

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Happening every Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. now through Feb. 26, resort and non-resort guests can enjoy musical performances in an intimate setting during this ticketed event.

The festivities kicked off on Thursday, Jan. 13 with performances from singer-songwriter Wade Hayes, who performed songs from his album “Go Live Your Life.” Hayes has been a country music artist since the ’90s, with hits including “Old Enough to Know Better,” “I’m Still Dancing with You,” “On a Good Night,” and “What I Meant to Say.”

Performing Jan. 20-22, The Black Opry Revue is a group of Black artists that weave their talents throughout a blend of genres like blues, folk, country and Americana.

Nashville artist Hannah Dasher will take the stage Jan. 27-29, and will bring her big hair and big personality to perform ’90s country-esque songs.

Texas chart-topper Frank Ray will perform for guests from Feb. 3-5. Ray is a former police officer and bilingual recording artist opening doors for a modern Latino Country movement. His songs are a blend of ’90s Texas Country, Latin, R&B and Pop.

Guests can enjoy the music of ’70s rock duo Seals & Crofts in a new way with Seals & Crofts 2 from Feb. 10-12. Comprised of Brady Seals, the cousin of James “Jim” Seals, and Lua Crofts, the daughter of Darrell “Dash” Crofts, the duo reimagines popular Seals & Crofts songs along with performing new songs of their own.

On Feb. 17-19, The Young Fables will perform their blend of traditional and modern country for guests. This Nashville-based duo has appeared with acts like Rascal Flatts, Josh Turner, Sara Evans, Delta Rae and more.

The final weekend of the event will feature performances by T. Graham Brown, from Feb. 24-26. Brown’s hits include “Drowning in Memories,” “She Couldn’t Love Me Anymore,” and his duet with Tanya Tucker, “Don’t Go Out.”

Guests can purchase the Winter Music Series room package, which includes admission for two to each evening of music and one meet-and-greet with the featured artist of the weekend. A limited number of individual tickets can also be purchased on the day of each performance. Winter Music Series tickets are priced at $20 for general admission and $15 for Dollywood Season Passholders. Artist meet-and-greet opportunities are also available without the room package for an additional $20 after the cost of admission.

To learn more, or to book a Winter Music Series room package, click here.

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