The Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians (EBCI) Tribal Council has approved $75 million for Phase I of ”The 407: Gateway to Adventure” in Sevierville, Tenn, including the development of a spectacular immersive show produced by Puy du Fou. Based on a formal Letter of Intent (LOI) signed by Puy du Fou, the ECBI Tribal Council approved the Phase I funding in a session on May 5th.
Kituwah, LLC began development of “Smoky Gap” today, a unique entertainment district located within The 407: Gateway to Adventure in Sevierville. Smoky Gap will be the first of several phases of development and is expected to open in 2025.
Representatives of Puy du Fou, the historical theme park company based in France, will meet with the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians (EBCI) Tribal Council this month to discuss the project 407 in Sevierville, Tennessee.