Blues and BBQ Festival set for Saturday
May 24, 2017 - bbq set
OAKMAN — The annual Bull Pen Blues and BBQ Festival is scheduled for this weekend.
Bull Corry pronounced locals will be tender with this year’s lineup of gifted blues artists.
Gates will open during Old York Farms in Oakman during 1 p.m. Saturday, and acknowledgment is $10. Children 12 and underneath will be certified free.
The day will start during 1:30 p.m. with an introduction and a National Anthem. The Spook House Saints will start interesting a throng during 2 p.m., followed by Unchain a Melody during 3:15 p.m. Robert Kimbrough Sr./BluesConnection will being during 4:30 p.m., and Earl “Guitar” Williams and a Juke Band will perform during 5:45 p.m. Mudbone will interpretation a dusk with a opening during 7 p.m.
Fred Hunter of “Absolutely Alabama” will be a special guest emcee. A series of kid-friendly activities will be during a event, along with an humanities and crafts area.
Barbecue will be served during a Bull Pen Steak House and outward during Old York Farms. Corry pronounced visitors might also suffer boiled peanuts.
Guests are asked to move grass chairs to relax while enjoying a performances.
“We only wish everybody to come down. I’m vehement about a event, and we have a super lineup,” Corry said.
Old York Farms is located on School Street in Oakman.