Texas Barbecue Festival Info

Sunday, Oct. 9 at Austin's Historic Farmers' Market (6701 Burnet Rd.)


Music Stage

Noon-12:45: Gray Sky Boys

1-1:45pm: Double Eagle String Band

2-3pm: McKay Brothers

3:15-4:45pm: Two High String Band

5-6pm: Ryan Turner


Panel Discussions

at Brentwood Tavern Stage

2-2:45pm: One Hundred Years and More of Sausage Making in Central Texas: Dawn Orsak, Becky Meyer, Jim McMurtry, Jason Wootan, Lori Navjar

3:30-4:15pm: Texas Barbecue – What the Hell Is It?: Chris Elley, Art Blondin, Emmett Fox, Robbie Greig, Mick Vann, Dotty Griffith


MAP KEY:

Sausage Alley

1) Southside Market & Barbecue

2) Smokey Denmark Sausage

3) Gonzales Food Market

4) Cooper's Old Time Pit Bar-B-Que

5) Meyer's Elgin Smokehouse

6) County Line


Other Food Vendors

13) Big Oak Bar-B-Que

14) Artz Rib House

15) R.O.'s Outpost

16) Ruby's BBQ

17) Royer's Pies


BBQ Sauce Bottlers

18) Austin Slow Burn

19) Sgt. Pepper's

20) Tears of Joy Hot Sauce Shop

21) Austin's Own BBQ Sauce

23) Stubb's Legendary Kitchen


Other Booths

7) Food Ticket Sales

8) Central Texas Barbecue Association

9) The Austin Chronicle

10) Pumpkins

11) KVET

12) Beer, Sodas, & Water

22) KEYE

24) BBQ Academy

25) Meals on Wheels and More

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