48-hour sale! Get your tickets to Whole Hog Roast early and save some cash | Arkansas Blog

Thursday, August 9, 2018

48-hour sale! Get your tickets to Whole Hog Roast early and save some cash

Posted By on Thu, Aug 9, 2018 at 2:07 PM

Join us on October 7 at the Riverfront Park in North Little Rock for the sixth annual Whole Hog Roast!

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Professionals will be setting up spits and firing up their pits to impress the crowd with their pork-preparing prowess. We'll have plenty of deliciously-paired sides on hand (served on paper plates as is required at barbecues) with beer for purchase.

For 48 hours, starting tonight at midnight, you'll be able to get tickets for just $15 each. Subscribers get an additional $5 off with a coupon code (check your email).

Head over to arktimes.com/hog sometime before 11:59PM Saturday and save big on one of our biggest events of the year. Don't miss it!

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