BBQ and Blues Night coming to Aldergrove

Some smoking’ hot barbecue and blues served at Aldergrove’s Çoghlan Hall, April 21

Some smoking’ hot barbecue and blues will be served at the “BBQ & Blues Night” at Aldergrove’s Çoghlan Hall.

The event takes place on Saturday, April 21 at the historic hall located at 6795 256th St., Aldergrove.

Featuring Memphis Mike’s Southern-Style BBQ the food will be followed by some great entertainment with special musical guests.

The ‘prince of the blues’ David ‘Boxcar’ Gates will be performing at the fundraiser for Coghlan Hall. Great blues with special guest David ‘Boxcar’ Gates and an all-star set to follow with bluesman Randal Crow and musical friends.

Mike’s Southern-Style BBQ Food Truck opens at 5 p.m., so come on down and feast on the best barbecue in the valley.

Admission is just a five dollar minimum donation, all of which goes to the musicians and the non-profit hall society, but reservations are a must by emailing:

Blues@EE4.net

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