Richland City Hall, 390 Broad St.
Richland, GA 31825
Pig Fest XV entertainment line up!
Highway 55 (above) is playing Pig Fest Friday night. The Tyler Hammond Band will rock you on Saturday night.
The Tyler Hammond Band
Street dances both nights will again rock Broad Street until midnight. Come boogie the night away.
Friday, Nov. 9
Pig Fest XV officially opens at 5 p.m.
On Stage from 5 - 7 p.m.
Most of you will remember Abi. She has been performing at Pig Fest since she was in her early teens. She has grown into a great talent and now is attending college. The Pig Fest is like a homecoming. We always bring our kids back for the party. Not only in Abi lovely, she is a multi-talented musician. Come and see her show this year.
Highway 55 makes their first appearance at the Pig Fest.
Saturday, Nov. 10
All Day: Glenn Adams, Emcee and DJ extraordinare!
WISK 98.7 / WDEC 94.7
9 - 11 a.m. / Thurston Clary Radio Remote at Richland Rum!
11 - 12 p.m. - Stephenie Cobb
4 - 6 p.m. - Luke Martin
The most fun you can have in public.
The Fun Starts Friday at 5 p.m.
…and, on Saturday, Nov. 10 don't miss…
Pig Fest Motorcycle Rally & Poker Run
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Farmers State Bank hosts all participating motorcycles in the parking lot adjacent to Wall St. in downtown Richland. It is sight to see. We thank Farmers State Bank for supporting the Richland Pig Fest and the Poker Run.
50/50 tickets will go on sale starting Oct. 25!!! There will be 4 drawings following the bike games, which will start about 1 p.m. First drawing will be for the $$$, the following drawing will be for a Bud Light tailgate kit which includes 2 Bud Light chairs & a tent,-- Michelob Ultra Calloway golf bag,-- and a Busch Smoker. Tickets are 1-$1.00, 6-$5.00, 15-$10.00, 30-$20.00 or 50 tickets $25.00. You don't have to be present to win. Anyone interested in purchasing tickets please contact Hope James, Chris Jones, or Kim Shropshire. We would like to thank some of our sponsors: Budweiser, Custom Performance, Chad's Paint & Body, Joel Veatch Tax Service, Cobra Trucking, & Kim's on Broad Salon..
Poker Run begins at Farmers State Bank at 10:00 a.m.
Don't miss this very picturesque ride through both of the county's State Parks
Cash prizes will be awarded for the top three hands.
At 1:00 p.m. Wall St. in Richland will be closed to traffic from the old railroad tracks to Broad St. for Motorcycle Games. Come watch the participants test their riding skills!
The motorcycle games will be held on Wall Street again in 2010 after the Poker Run and a break for lunch. The games usually start at approximately 1:30 p.m.
Prizes will be awarded to winners.
We would like to welcome back the Christian Motorcycle Association this year who will be helping out with all our games. Lots of exciting games this year – along with the "potato in the haystack." Trophies will be given away along with other great prizes.
Carnival provided by C&M Southern Midways!
Preview night, Thursday, Nov. 8, 5 p.m.
Friday, 5 p.m. - 12 p.m.
Saturday. 10 a.m. - 12 p.m..
C&M Southern Midways is on the way to Pig Fest XV. Owners Charles and Mike Haisch are currently in Mississippi whirling away.
All of C&M's rides are fully compliant with today's stringent safety regulations. They undergo regular inspections by state authorities, as well as daily inspections by our well trained staff to ensure the highest quality of safety standards are upheld.
Charles and Mike Haisch take pride in the appearance of their midway. All rides are kept clean and presentable in tip-top working order. Our game attendants are neat and personable, and all of our games are clean and run in an orderly manner to create good old-fashioned fun from our family to yours. The Haisches have been in the carnival business all their lives.
NARCOA brings Speeder Car rides back this year.
Ride the Rails again this year at Pig Fest XV!
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
The Southeastern Railcar Operators, an affiliate of North American Railcar Operators Association (NARCOA), will provide round-trip rail motorcar excursions from downtown Richland to Hwy. 520. The group will set up headquarters on the tracks behind City Hall, according to spokesman, Will Thompson. The cars were used to inspect endless stretches of track to keep it safe for rail transportation. Richland was once a major north-south crossroads for freight traffic. NARCOA members have cleared the tracks from Richland to Omaha and visit Richland several times each year for runs.
Visit Richland Rail Museum and see the speeder car that was stationed in Richland and built in the 1930s!
Visit this site to learn more about NARCOA: http://www.narcoa.org/