Annual Red White and BBQ Rib Burn Off in Willoughby set for May 21-22 – News
May 20, 2016 - bbq set
The Red White and BBQ Rib Burn Off is returning to Willoughby May 21-22.
Downtown Bar and Restaurant Association President John Bowers pronounced this is a fifth year organizing this event.
“We started with usually a few downtown restaurants and have unequivocally stretched over a years,” he said. “This year we have 8 inhabitant vendors in further to a other downtown restaurants.
The Rib Burn Off not usually facilities a far-reaching preference of ribs and sauces, though live music.
“There will be 3 stages of party with continual music,” he said. “Uncle Kracker is one of a categorical artists to play on Saturday during 7:30 p.m.”
It is giveaway to enter and rib prices change from about $2 for a singular bone to $20 for a full rack.
It is a family-friendly eventuality with something for everybody to enjoy.
“There will be a kids section set adult with inflatables and other activities for kids,” he said.
Erie Street in downtown Willoughby will be sealed both days.
Alcohol and drink purchases will be accessible for adults.
The City of Willoughby has been really supportive, Bowers said.
The Rib Burn Off is a singular eventuality that draws vast crowds.
“Last year there were 70,000 people and this year we design a same,” he said.
Bowers pronounced it kicks off summer, promotes village and recognizes veterans.
“This Saturday is Armed Forces Day and day 1 of a USO (United Services Organization) Northern Ohio fundraiser,” he said. “Overall, it will be a lot of fun.”