Texas is synonymous with BBQ and AT&T Stadium in Arlington, so why not combine the two for what will be a delicious 3-day, mouth watering, lip smacking good time?

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Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10am for the Q BBQ Fest, Presented by Miller Lite, November 4-6.

Texas = BBQ

It's well documented that Texas reigns supreme when it comes to BBQ. BBQ Revolution recently looked at both Google Trends and Search data to determine which BBQ style was America's favorite and the results were overwhelmingly Texas, beating out Kansas City BBQ, North Carolina BBQ, Memphis BBQ and South Carolina. So why not gather up  some award-winning pitmasters from across the country and put them on display in the only place large enough to host such a party, The Miller Lite House at AT&T Stadium.

Stephen Jones, Chief Operating Officer of the Dallas Cowboys, says,

"Nobody knows barbecue like Texas and we can't wait to host the finest cooks from across the country right here in our backyard, we're thrilled to bring this event to Arlington and can't think of a better for Miller Lite House to give local BBQ fans an immersive experience that they haven't gotten here yet."

Check out some highlights below:



This could be the tastiest event of the year.

30k LBS of Meat and More

How many people will 30k lbs of brisket, chicken, pulled pork and ribs feed? Let's find out together. The Q BBQ Fest runs November 4-6, 2022 and tickets are just $15 and includes parking. They're will also be live music with the line-up to be announced soon.

Tickets will go on-sale this Friday, August 26 at 10am and are $15 for guests 12 and up. Food is available to purchase from each BBQ vendor or you can buy the pit pas for $129 and get all you can eat and drink. Grab the ticket link HERE.

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