What to do at Pyramid Hill’s Blues, Brews & BBQ this weekend

The Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum, featuring 60 gigantic outdoor sculptures as well as ancient sculptures dating back to 1500 B.C., is throwing its fourth annual Blues, Brews and BBQ Festival this weekend.

Here is the food, drink, and music you can expect to sample while you take a crash course in visual art.

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The Brews 

Cavalier Distributing has been tapped (no pun intended) to provide the craft beers for the event. Expect to see varieties of Jackie O’s, MadTree, Brewdog, and Ciderboys.

The Blues 

Pyramid Hill partnered with the Cincy Blues Society to produce this year’s lineup of blues bands.

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The live music starts at 3 p.m. with the Leo Clarke Band (Delta-style blues and originals), followed by Ralph and the Rhythm Hounds, a blues rock band that won the 2019 Dayton Blues Challenge (5:30 p.m.), the Almond Butter Band, a six-piece Allman Brothers tribute band (6 p.m.), and The North Second Crew, a Hamilton-based band that plays roots-infused blues rock and soul and are influenced by everything from Otis Redding to The Revivalists (7:30 p.m.).

The BBQ 

The regional, popular BBQ vendors include:

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Neal's Famous BBQ: Ribs, wings, pulled pork, jerk chicken and fish.

Wicked Hickory: A food truck that offers build-your-own brisket, lamb, chicken, pork, or kale dishes, served in a bun, tortilla, pita, BBQ bowl, or nacho style, and topped with your choice of slaw that includes Southern, Island, Greek and Texas style.


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What: Blues, Brews and BBQ

When: Saturday, July 27, 3-9 p.m.

Where: Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum, 1763 Hamilton-Cleves Road, Hamilton

Cost: $10 (members), $15 (non-members), free for children aged 6-12

More info: 513-863-8336 | Facebookwww.pyramidhill.org

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