Tampa Pig Jig BBQ Festival
The Tampa Pig Jig, a massive fall BBQ, returns to Julian B Lane Riverfront Park!
The Tampa Pig Jig is the ultimate fall food festival in the entire Tampa Bay region. The event takes places at Julian B Lane Riverfront Park on October 22 at 1pm. Old Florida Federation, a nonprofit organization founded in Tampa by friends, founded the Tampa Pig Jig.
Downtown Tampa's waterfront comes alive with live music, tasty food, ice-cold beer, and a fierce corporate barbecue competition every fall at the Tampa Pig Jig. In addition to good times, the Tampa Pig Jig is a philanthropic event that raises money to support NephCure Kidney International, a nonprofit organisation dedicated to providing research, improving treatment, and finding a cure for the debilitating kidney disease, Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis (FSGS).
The current music lineup includes: X Ambassadors, Lady A, Kip Moore, and Bahamas. Tickets are available now and can be purchased on Tampa Pig Jig’s website. There’s a new pass available this year, too, called The Watering Hole Pass.
The Watering Hole is a new and exclusive area where you can sip, sit and mingle with friends while enjoying shaded seating! Your ticket purchase includes:
- Entry into the event and performances by our full lineup of incredible artists
- Four complimentary drinks
- A meal of your choice from one of the event’s new food vendors
- Private bathrooms
- Watering Hole covered access where you chill with your fellow Pig Jiggers
- A exclusive merchandise item – our way of saying “thank you” for supporting the Tampa Pig Jig.
The General Admission Ticket allows entry into the Tampa Pig Jig, which includes performances from their full lineup of amazing artists, as well as access to the main lawn and game areas. Dogs are allowed in the General Admission area ONLY and they must be leashed and picked up after at all times.
This event benefits NephCure Kidney International, which supports research, improves treatment, and finds a cure for the debilitating kidney disease, FSGS (Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis), as well as nephrotic syndrome.