USA BBQ Competitions of March 2017


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Spirit of Texas Festival – Mar 2nd-5th, 2017


Spirit of Texas Festival is a unique festival that takes place at Wolf Pen Creek Amphitheater.

Wolf Pen Creek Amphitheater|1015 Colgate Dr College Station, TX

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National Fiery Foods & Barbecue Show March 3rd- 5th, 2017


Dubbed the biggest and most-attended festival of its kind in the country, the annual National Fiery Foods & Barbecue Show in Albuquerque, New Mexico, is culinary celebration for all types of palates. The three-day extravaganza for taste buds features over 100 booths of spicy and savory eats, sauces and products as well as cooking demonstrations, a craft beer tasting stage and numerous exhibitors.

Sandia Resort & Casino|30 Rainbow Rd Albuquerque, NM

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Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival – Feb 18th, 2017


The Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival makes pit stops in several cities across the US for a palate-pleasing celebration. The one-day event boasts over 60 micro-brews on tap, 40 barrel-aged bourbons and succulent, mouth-watering barbecue. Additional attractions include live bluegrass, blues and rock music, a cigar tent and tasting seminars lead by pitmasters, head distillers and brewmasters.

600 N Ashley Dr, Tampa, FL 33602

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LaSalle County Fair & Wild Hog Cook-Off March 9th-12th, 2017


Good eats can be found in abundance at the LaSalle County Fairgrounds. The Wild Hog Cook-off is a friendly competition where everyone wins because these cooks sure know how to cook a mean hog. While finger-licking barbecue is the main attraction, there’s still a ton of entertainment in the form of thrilling fair rides, an adorable pet parade and an action-packed rodeo to consider.

LaSalle County Fairgrounds | 300 Engineer Ln Cotulla, TX

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Wild Hog Explosion! – March 18th, 2017


Always different and exceptionally exciting, Bandera offers a wild and crazy event with the Wild Hog Explosion! This fun-filled weekend includes the hilarious Wild Hog Catch, the always crowd-pleasing BBQ Cook-Off and an awesome All Bike Rally. And let’s not forget about the bicycle rodeo for the kiddos and the many craft vendors! Pig out at the Wild Hog Feed featuring pork BBQ plates with all the trimmings. There are lots of fun things for the kids, too, like the Hog Callin’ Contest, and the event benefits the Bandera County Library. The Wild Hog Explosion! is pretty darn exciting! First you start with about 150 wild hogs that vary in size and age. Then you take a group of willing humans that also vary in size and age, match up the size and weight, then put one hog in the ring with two nervous people and challenge the humans to catch the smart, fast and loud wild hog! The object is to catch the hog, put him in a feed sack and get him to the finish line. Teams are judged on time. Oh, and you only have 1 minute to catch the hog before the whistle blows! Most of the time the hog wins… but not without a lot of action, adventure and tons of laughs, generally from the hog!

Mansfield Park, Bandera, TX 78003

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The Great American Barbeque & Beer Festival – March 25, 2017


The Great American Barbeque & Beer Festival in Chandler, Arizona, is a mouthwatering, thirst-quenching bonanza that celebrates BBQ and craft brews. The award-winning, one-day event features 60 pitmasters smoking and grilling over 20,000 lbs of pork, chicken and brisket. Other attractions include eating contests, a battle of the bands, hoedown and rodeo zone.

AJ Chandler Park | 3 S Arizona Ave Chandler, AZ

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