LOCAL EVENT NEWS | Teams from all 50 states and around the globe will descend on Lynchburg next weekend, October 14-15, for the 33rd annual Jack Daniel’s World Championship Barbecue.
LOCAL NEWS | Nearly 100 barbecue teams from around the U.S. and as far away as Brazil and Sweden will return to Lynchburg on October 14-15 to compete in The Jack.
The Jack is definitely back and the 2021 Jack Daniel’s Barbecue Grand Champion award goes to Gettin’ Basted.
It smells like sour mash and wood smoke this morning in Lynchburg. It must be time for our annual Jack Daniel’s Barbecue. Here are some things to keep in mind before heading to the Holler.
Spirits in the Holler: Three time Jack winner Tuffy Stone and Cool Smoke will compete in honor of his father this year
An Insider’s Guide to the Jack Daniel’s Barbecue: Tuffy Stone and his team, Cool Smoke, have won The Jack three times. They’ll compete with a purpose this year … to remember his dad and teammate, George Stone.
An Insiders Guide to the JD BBQ: Don’t Miss the Historical Society’s Homemade Cake and Pie Auction on Saturday
Support those preserving the history of Lynchburg and Moore County at the Moore Historical Society Homemade Cake and Pie Auction on Saturday at 3 p.m. during the Jack Daniel’s barbecue.
The Jack returns to Lynchburg this weekend after missing the 2020 event due to COVID-19. Over 70 domestic teams will compete for a $25,000 grand prize.
Squires and Jack Daniel’s collectors may want to pay special attention to the Lynchburg Friends of Animals Silent Auction kicking off on Saturday. There will be many one-of-a-kind Jack items available.
With names like Pig-Chicka-Cow-Cow and Aporkalypse Now, 76 barbecue teams will head to Lynchburg on October 8-9 to compete in The Jack.
Smoke will return to the holler this year. Distillery officials announced today the return of the Jack Daniel’s World Championship Invitational on October 8-9.