2. The food is pure Southern goodness
Central Connections’ Executive Chef Josh Blackmore will be serving up some Southern classics.
Fill your plate with rib tips, pulled pork, brisket mac ‘n’ cheese, Southern-style green beans, coleslaw, and cornbread.
And you can wash it all down with your beverage of choice, including several craft beers.
3. Be a part of something new
This inaugural event hopes to grow and become an annual must-do festival for the Middletown area.
The Cincy Blues Society and The Tenderle Foundation, a nonprofit, are partnering up with Central Connections, Middletown’s senior center, to throw the bash.
This is your chance to get in on something new!
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HOW TO GO
WHEN: Doors open at 5 p.m. Sept. 9
WHERE: Central Connections, 3907 Central Ave.
ADMISSION: $10 for adults in advance and $15 at the door; admission for ages 12 and younger is $5
GET TICKETS: Online at www.BluesBBQConnections.org
The event will be cash-only for tickets at the door and food and beverages.