MISSED OUT ON RIBSTOCK TICKETS? GET YOUR RIB FIX AT PORK LIFE
#Ribstock returns for its third annual pig out on Saturday 27 September between 5-11pm as part a brand new weekend food festival at #DalstonYard called #PorkLife.
You can read all about #PorkLife here days but before that here’s the low-down on our favourite slow-smoked symposium:
This year, there are just 200 tickets to #Ribstock and they go on sale at noon on Friday 12 September, with the first 50 reserved for our Big Eater season ticket holders. Fewer tickets (200 compared to 800 last year) means smaller queues and, most importantly, better ribs. Win-win.
This aside, it’s business as usual as some of London’s best rib chefs and restaurants battle to create the One Rib to Rule Them All, lift the Frontier Cup and pocket the £2,000 cash prize based on YOUR votes.
Here’s how it went down last year at #Ribstock 2013:
This year there are SEVEN delicious signature ribs from a fantastic line-up of new and veteran #Ribstock chefs spanning the whole World of Rib from Memphis to Mumbai. Here they are. Eat them all, crown the winner and help us write the next chapter of London Barbecue History. Easy when you're wearing the right trousers.
#Ribstock 2014 tickets are pricey this year at £75 each but they are a +1 ticket so you can bring a friend for sharesies and you get over £100 of value from all of this:
But wait, there’s more!
Each of your four #PorkLife tickets include:
If you’d rather not go the whole hog (and forfeit your voting rights in the Rib Competition of the Century™®©), advance tickets to #PorkLife are available here at £15 each. Otherwise punch another hole in your eating belt and keep an eye on our Twitter feed for the ticket link.
Tweat Up is a regular meet up of people on Twitter; eating and drinking involved.
Our first Tweat Up was in 2010 with Lucky Chip in E8. Since then, we've held events with Pitt Cue, Big Apple Hot dogs, under bridges and in tramsheds, in parks and on rooftops. We held the first UK Chilli Stand Off in Shoreditch in October 2011 (and in Hackney in November 2012) and have organised events like Ribstock, Fifteen Street, Ginstock and Rumstock in Soho and Hoxton since.
So far no deaths or arrests.