What's spookier than a celebration of barbecued meat, top-shelf whiskey, and local live music taking place on Halloween weekend? We could argue not attending a celebration of barbecued meat, top-shelf whiskey, and local live music is pretty damn scary.
Don't fear the FOMO: Pig & Whiskey, the annual Ferndale blowout co-produced by Metro Times and Woodward Avenue Brewers, returns.
The free weekend-long festival, which has moved from summer to Oct. 29-31, will offer access to an array of BBQ vendors and other munchies, as well as whiskey, craft brews, cocktails, and other spirits.
What would a party be without tunes? Pig & Whiskey will, once again, host a slew of artists ranging from a finalist from NBC's The Voice, a 20-year-old small-town country artist, and a Detroit cowpunk band that emerged during the '90s and gave one Jack White an early break when he served as their drummer.
This year's Pig & Whiskey will feature performances by Laith Al-Saadi, Myron Elkins, Goober and the Peas, as well as the Muggs, Tart, Black Note Graffiti, and others.
View the full schedule below and visit pigandwhiskeyferndale.com for a full rundown of food and libation vendors.
Laith Al-Saadi 10 p.m.
the Muggs 8:30 p.m.
Myron Elkins 7:15 p.m.
Libby DeCamp 6 p.m.
Goober and the Peas 9:30 p.m.
Missy Mae Ryder 8 p.m.
Tart 6:45 p.m.
Black Note Graffiti 5:30 p.m.
Stone Clover 7:30 p.m.
Jeremy Porter and the Tucos 4:45 p.m.
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