Hogtober 2014

 

Hill Yeah! It's HOGTOBER time, Saturday, October 3 from noon to sunset. The Church Hill Association and Style Weekly bring barbecue, bands and beers back to historic Church Hill. This annual fall festival is full of flavor and fun for the whole family.

Don't miss the season's first party on the hill. FREE to attend, appropriate for all ages, and better shared with friends. No pets and no coolers but go ahead and bring lawn chairs and blankets if you like. Libby Hill Park is located at 2800 E. Franklin Street in Historic Church Hill.

 

What to Expect

Family Fun: Face painting, balloon art, arts & crafts, pig skin ring toss and more.

Richmond's Best Barbecue: Alamo BBQ, Buz & Ned's Barbecue, Halligan's Bar and Grill, Inner City Blues Home of Carolina BBQ, & Jadean’s Smokin Six BBQ. All barbecue styles will be represented from Carolina style to Memphis on over to the big taste of Texas. Vegetarian options are available.

You'll need something cool to wash down those barbecue flames and we'll have just what you need with traditional American beers, craft brews, wine and cider on tap. Beers by Brown Distributing-Richmond with special thanks to our presenting sponsors Ardent Craft Ales and Bold Rock Hard Cider.

 

Live Local Music

Line Up:
12pm Church Hill Music Company
1:45 Honkytonk Heroes
3:30 The Trongone Band
5:20 Horsehead

 

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Interested in volunteering at Hogtober? Click here.

Interested in becoming a sponsor of this great event? Contact events@styleweekly.com today!

Handicapped parking is available at 29th and East Franklin Streets. There will be a volunteer there to direct you. Limited space available, so come early.

Net proceeds from HOGTOBER festival benefit the Church Hill Association and will help fund educational programs and tutoring in Church Hill schools and crime awareness and prevention programs.

 

Questions? Contact events@styleweekly.com  Band times subject to change.

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