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Douglas offers Bikes, Blues and BBQ

DOUGLAS, GA (WALB) -

The Bikes, Blues, and BBQ Festival continues in Douglas today. Douglas will hear the sounds of "blues" music Saturday LIVE from the Entertainment Stage.

Along with LIVE entertainment, activities during the festival will include a BBQ Competition, NAPA/Brooks Auto Car Show, Motorcycle Show, Poker Run, displays of vintage aircraft, and more.  

The Bikes, Blues and BBQ Festival is happening at the Douglas Municipal Gene Chambers Airport on 441 South.

On Saturday, the Festival will be open to the public from 9am – 5pm and entertainment will begin at 10:00am with "Brandon Barfield" onstage.

"Daddy Mack's Blues Band" will perform at 11am, followed by the "EG Kight Band" at 12:30pm.

Saturday's headliner band, "Moreland & Arbuckle" plays from 2pm to 3:30pm. General gate admission is $5.00 per car or $2.00 per motorcycle. 

The entertainment schedule is full at this time, however, applications are being accepted for vendors and cook teams for this event.

For more information, call (912) 383-0277 or visit www.CityofDouglas.com .

 

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