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.
Distillery officials announced today that the 2020 Jack Daniel World Invitational Barbecue is cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns.
LOCAL NEWS | Events — Officials at Jack Daniel’s Distillery report that after much consideration and looking back at the last several year’s weather, they’ve decided to move the 2020 event from […]
LOCAL NEWS — Clark Crew BBQ won top honors last night at the 31st annual Jack Daniel’s World Championship Invitational Barbecue. It’s their fifth time to compete and first Grand Champion win. […]
By Tabitha Evans Moore | Editor & Publisher It’s early … before 8 a.m. as I walk through soggy Wiseman Park on the day of the Jack Daniel’s World Championship Invitational Barbecue. […]
One of the most charming things about our tiny town is our obsession with our Square Cats. We’re sure you’ve seen these precious darlings darting around the historic Lynchburg Square. They aren’t […]
It wouldn’t be a complete Jack Daniel’s World Championship Invitational Barbecue without a home team of Jack employees vying for the prize. For the third year in a row, Black Label Smokers […]
If there’s one question we consistently get each year, it’s who’s the guy in the bowler hat? Legendary barbecue judge Ardie Davis aka Remus Powers visits Lynchburg each October. The Jack Daniel […]
They’d traveled all the way from Chandler, Oklahoma six times before to competed in The Jack and last year they finally won the whole thing. The 2018 Grand Champion, Butcher BBQ, will […]