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Hot Chicken Festival Continues This Year As a Curbside Event

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The annual Music City Hot Chicken Festival announced that Nashville will be celebrating our unique dish on our traditional July 4 date with a COVID-aware, deconstructed, take-out, curbside, “coop-side” event at Hot Chicken establishments across the Nashville area.

“Just as the 4th of July will always be the 4th of July and can’t be rescheduled, so goes the day that Nashvillians have traditionally come together to eat Hot Chicken and celebrate each other,” says former Mayor and Festival founder Bill Purcell in a release.

The event benefits Friends of Shelby Park and Bottoms.

Hot Chicken lovers are asked to place orders in advance at participating restaurant locations.

Those who have committed to take part include Prince’s, Hattie B’s, Party Fowl, Bolton’s Spicy Chicken, and 400 Degrees and will be open until 4 p for orders.

In addition, Yazoo Brewing will be releasing a special limited batch of “Nashville Hot Chicken Coalition Ale,” from a recipe that has proven from years of in-house experimentation to be the perfect complement to the burn of the best Nashville Hot Chicken. The beer call be purchased at Hot Chicken establishments on July 4 and is a light wheat ale, brewed with sea salt and coriander and fermented with a special strain and a tart, quenching finish, according to Yazoo’s owner Linus Hall.

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Festival coordinators state the website be updated ongoing to add more restaurants who will be participating. For the latest news, visit the Hot Chicken Coalition website.

Donna Vissman
Donna Vissman
Music fanatic. Event attendee. Prone to fits of large coffee consumption. Always looking for the perfect pair of jeans.
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