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Fiddle and Pig Shindig

Saturday, September 9, 2017 - 11:00am until 9:00pm

Back for the 12th year is this annual barbeque and bluegrass festival. Join us for one full day of brews and 'cue. Biergarten and grand tasting will take place from 2-6p.m. and give brew afficionados a chance to sip some of the South’s best craft beer. General Admission: Tasting tickets will be separate from event admission. Music only tickets will be available for $10 each and ages 14 and under receive free entry. Biergarten and Grand Tasting (limited to 400 tickets): -$30 August 1-September 8 -$40 day of event -Includes event admission V.I.Pig Package (limited to 100 tickets): -Includes event admission, Biergarten entry, 1 hour early access to the Biergarten, souvenir tasting cup, plate of BBQ with all the fixin's from Red Oak, an event t-shirt, and access to the special V.I.Pig viewing area. -$85 August 1-September 8 -$100 day of event All tickets purchased before September 1 will be delivered via mail. All other tickets can be picked up at the Biergarten the day of. Music Line-Up: -11a.m. BackPorch Bluegrass -12p.m. The Hinson Girls -1:30p.m. Colby Deitz Band -3p.m. Blue Wheel Drive -4:30p.m. Underhill Rose -6p.m. Time Sawyer -7:30p.m. Grandpa's Cough Medicine Brewery Lineup Sneak Peek: -Quest Brewing Company -Hi-Wire Brewing -Bold Rock Cidery -Lonerider -Legal Remedy Brewing -Catawba Brewing Co. -Stone Brewing -Southern Barrel Brewing Co. -Green Man Brewery & more! Food Vendors: -Red Oak BBQ -Killer Q -The Plated Palette -Wingz on Wheelz -Remixx Kitchen -Kona Ice -The Donut Guy -Two Chicks and a Truck -Popcorn Heaven -Funnel Cakes by Pam -Wilbur's Last Ride -Hobo's Off the Tracks -Blowin' Smoke -Squeezers Fresh Lemonade

Location Details:

1604 Highway 21 Byp.
Fort Mill , SC 29715
(803) 547-4575

In 1995, this 2,100 acre nature preserve was dedicated to the public to serve as a natural buffer from urban development and a place for countless activities – from hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding, to picnics, kayaking and more. The Greenway holds a wealth of cultural resources, including the historic Nation Ford Road, which was part of the Great Philadelphia Wagon Road, a pathway that was used by Native Americans, European settlers, Revolutionary and Civil War soldiers, traders and trappers for hundreds of years. In addition, the Greenway contains two circa-1800 log cabins, a dairy barn built in 1946 and the site of the Garrison-Webb gristmill for which Fort Mill is named.