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August 3rd - HONKYTONK BBQ w/ Guest Pitmaster Sarah McClure & Live Music by The NOTE ROPERS, LITTLE LESLEY & the BLOODSHOTS, The VAN DANGS & VILAI HARRINGTON and the HAMPTONES

August 03, 2019 12:00 PM until August 03, 2019 11:00 PM

If it ain't a Honkytonk BBQ!!!

Well, we've been excited about this one for a hot minute! On Saturday, August 3, we're throwin' an all-day, knock-down, drag-out kinda party. We're transforming your favorite biergarten into a JUKE JOINT. We're talkin' four smokin' hot bands, amazing "Q", and so much more.

Chef Sarah McClure, SC Chef Ambassador & Executive Chef of Landrum's own SOUTHSIDE SMOKEHOUSE ( is gonna be hanging out with us & smokin' some FIERCE BBQ (special menu TBA). Come meet the award-winning woman behind one of the absolute best restaurants around!

...and then there's the sweet, sweet MUSIC!


Kids 12 & under FREE

3pm - Vilai Harrington & the Hamptones

5 guys singing gut wrenching lyrics with beautiful melodies. Influences are Tom T, Hall, Hank Williams, Sam Cooke, Marvin Gaye, The Avett Brothers, Johnny Cash, Langhorne Slim, Three Dog Night, Front Bottoms, Frightened Rabbit, and Neutral Milk Hotel.

5pm - The Van Dangs

The Van Dangs crank out a high-octane brand of outlaw country that’s as informed by old-school punk rock as it is vintage honky-tonk. Among the Spartanburg-based band’s biggest inspirations are such country icons as Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings and George Jones.

7pm - Little Lesley & the Blood Shots

Little Lesley, the fiery blond bombshell, brings it every time with an incredible voice, compelling original songs and jaw-dropping bass moves. Hailing from New York City and South Carolina’s upstate, they’ve been making waves and making friends around the world with their honest approach to American Roots music.

9pm - The Note Ropers

The Note Ropers are a "Honkabilly" band hailing from Greenville, SC. “Honkabilly” is our brand of classic HonkyTonk Country and Rockabilly. The Note Ropers perform in the style of the "Grand Ole Opry" entertainers of the 1940’s –60’s. The Note Ropers are influenced by Hank Williams, Webb Pierce, Faron Young, Johnny Horton, Ernest Tubb, Lefty Frizzell, Johnny Cash, Buck Owens, Elvis, Fats Domino, Chuck Berry and many other artists.