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Former Dolly Parton home turns into wedding venue, offers free space for displaced brides

In order to qualify for the free space, you will need to show proof that your venue burned and that you had paid in full.
In order to qualify for the free space, you will need to show proof that your venue burned and that you had paid in full.
Published: Apr. 2, 2022 at 9:31 AM EDT|Updated: Apr. 2, 2022 at 10:25 PM EDT
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SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) - A home owned by Dolly Parton, known by many locals in Sevier County as “Red Top,” has been transformed into a wedding venue.

Red Top was the home of Avie Lee and Lee Parton, Dolly’s parents. The new owners plan to carry on their loving-kindness as couples start their new life together.

Red Top Destinations announced it would offer brides and grooms whose wedding venue may have been lost in the Sevier County wildfires a free venue between April 1 and May 1.

A former home owned by Dolly Parton and lived in by her parents has been transformed into a...
A former home owned by Dolly Parton and lived in by her parents has been transformed into a wedding and event center.(Kyle Grainger, WVLT)
Red Top Destinations plans to offer free event space for brides and grooms whose wedding venue...
Red Top Destinations plans to offer free event space for brides and grooms whose wedding venue burned.(Kyle Grainger, WVLT)

In order to qualify for the free space, you will need to show proof that your venue burned and that you had paid in full.

Smoky Mountain brides can choose to dress for their wedding day or enjoy their honeymoon at The Parton Homestead.

Those interested can contact Red Top Destinations online or call 865-500-9377.

Former Dolly Parton family home is being transformed into a wedding and event venue. The new owners of “Red Top...

Posted by Kyle Grainger WVLT on Saturday, April 2, 2022

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