ECHS BBQ competition, festival set
April 13, 2017 - bbq set
More than $2,500 in esteem income will be on a line, and a day of fun and food will be on tap, when Escambia County High School hosts a second annual BBQ Competition Festival on Friday and Saturday, Apr 21-22.
The event, stretched to dual days this year to concede some-more time for preliminaries and for participants to set up, will take place during Tom Byrne Park.
Friday has been set aside for group and businessman set-up, commencement during 8 a.m., with a imperative cooks assembly during 6 p.m., a “Anything Butt” turn-in during 7 p.m., and a VIP apportionment of a festival, that will also start during 7 p.m. on Friday.
The smell of grilled beef will fill a atmosphere around a park on Saturday. The opening rite will get underneath approach during 9 a.m., and a judges assembly will be hold during 10 a.m., during that time portion will begin. Plates will be accessible for $10 each. Several vendors will also be on hand, charity a far-reaching preference of humanities and crafts.
Competitors try to surpass any other and explain a $500 that will be awarded to a Grand Champion and a $200 Reserve Champion prize.
A money esteem of $150 will be awarded to a leader of a Anything Butt category; $300 will go to a winners of any category, with second-place teams in any difficulty earning $200 each, and third-place finishers holding home $100 each.
Teams in a duck foe will spin in their offerings to judges during 11 a.m., entries in a ribs difficulty will be incited in during 11:30 a.m., and those who griddle butts will spin in their entries during noon. All entries will be judged regulating a “blind turn-in” method.
The eventuality will breeze adult with an awards rite during 3:30 p.m.