The Cape Cod BBQ Challenge 2005

Don't miss some of the best BBQ on Cape Cod!  This Saturday and Sunday (June 4 & 5), Cape Cod will host a fabulous BBQ competition.  Not only will you sample some of the best BBQ this side of the Mason-Dixon line--you'll also be supporting two great cause.

Cape Cod BBQ ChallengeThe BBQ Challenge is a benefit for the Nam Vets Outreach Center of The Cape & Islands and The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.

The event opens to the public at 9am Saturday with a grilling competition and vendors offering their BBQ specialties along with entertainment on the bandstand and a live radio broadcast on Cool 102.

The grilling awards ceremony begins at 4:30pm.On Sunday, KCBS-certified barbeque judges from across the country will sample the teamsâ?? best barbecue and determine winners in the four KCBS meat categories â?? pork, ribs, chicken, and beef brisket â?? scoring each entry for appearance, taste, and tenderness as the teams compete for champion status in the Cape Cod Barbecue Challenge.

The event opens to the public at 9am Sunday and closes at 7pm with entertainment on the bandstand and live broadcasts on The Rose. The BBQ awards ceremony is set for 4:30pm.

Barbecue teams are vying for $5,000 in prize money including the Christyâ??s of Cape Cod Grand Champion title with a purse of $1,250. A raffle will also be held offering two top-of-the-line Grill Dome ceramic cookers, Cackalacky Condiment Co. products, and other prizes.

  • When: Saturday, June 4 and Sunday, June 5
  • Where: Hyannis Village Green, Main Street, Hyannis
  • Why: For two great causes
  • Admission: $2/under 12 free with an adult

Complete information is available on the official website.

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