South Walton BBQ Showdown and Concert at Idyll Hounds Brewing Company

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    Abby E SoWal Guide Staff Member

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    Do you have the best BBQ in town? Prove it! The 1st annual South Walton BBQ Showdown is set to take place Saturday, April 27th from 12 - 5pm at Idyll Hounds Brewing Company. Benefiting the Ohana Institute Foundation, this pork-filled afternoon includes a BBQ competition, kids zone, cool cars, live music and a raffle.

    Tickets: Adults | $15, Kids | $8. For information, tickets, and BBQ Contest Registration, visit South Walton BBQ Showdown – Tagline.

    Interested in joining the BBQ Competition? Amateur Registration | $35, Professional Registration | $75. BBQ Divisions to be judged include: pork, chicken and beef. amateur judging begins at 2PM & professional at 3PM. Grand BBQ Winner Announced at 5PM.

    Live Music Line Up:

    2PM - 1:30PM | Dance Hall and Zoe Walega
    Rock on the Road is a student-led music elective program based out of Ohana Institute’s High School located in Inlet Beach, Florida.Student bands for this year, Dance Hall and Skyline, will be representing Rock On The Road. Dance Hall is a soulful five-piece indie rock band that will be leading the performances with opening act Skyline, a four-piece alternative pop band.

    1:30PM - 3PM | Shank
    Originally hailing from the classic city streets of Athens, GA, here SHANK cut his teeth in her many hallowed halls and dingy beer joints. “For years I’ve written, performed and lived this life… it’s what I love to do.” Creating a brand of acoustic-soul with a little gonzo honky-tonk and early psych elements thrown in for exploratory purposes, SHANK brings his unique nylon-string guitar style and pours his soul out to all who listen.

    3PM - 4:45PM | Eric Lindell
    Eric Lindell is accomplished on guitar, harmonica, keyboards and bass, and has performed with many of the Crescent City's top musicians since bursting on the scene in 2005, when he first appeared at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. With his raspy, soulful voice and instantly memorable original songs, roots-rocking multi-instrumentalist Eric Lindell is a true one-of-a-kind talent. Mixing West Coast rock and swampy Gulf Coast R&B with honky tonk country and Memphis soul.

    Ohana Institute

    The MISSION of Ohana Institute is to respect the individual needs of all students, foster a caring and creative environment and use innovative technology to deliver an experiential, student-centered blended education model. Ohana recognizes the individuality of each child and that all children are creative and need to succeed. Ohana believes that the paths of learning include social, emotional, physical and intellectual development which invites the passionate pursuits of each individual student’s interests.


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