(PHOTOS) – Decatur BBQ, Blues, & Bluegrass Festival

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt August 15, 2015

The 15th annual Decatur BBQ, Blues & Bluegrass Festival returned to Oakhurst on Saturday, Aug. 15, a day filled with fun, food, and lots of music. Decaturish photographer Travis Hudgons dropped by and took these pictures.

Ginny Brock and daughter Audrey Francis enjoying the day at the Decatur BBQ, Blues and Bluesgrass Festival. Photo by Travis Hudgons/Decaturish.com

Ginny Brock and daughter Audrey Francis enjoying the day at the Decatur BBQ, Blues and Bluesgrass Festival. Photo by Travis Hudgons/Decaturish.com

Williamson Bros. BBQ. Photo by Travis Hudgons/Decaturish.com

Williamson Bros. BBQ. Photo by Travis Hudgons/Decaturish.com

Everyone was all smiles at the photobooth. Photo by Travis Hudgons/Decaturish.com

Everyone was all smiles at the photobooth. Photo by Travis Hudgons/Decaturish.com

Decatur BBQ, Blues & Bluegrass Festival. Photo by Travis Hudgons/Decaturish.com

Decatur BBQ, Blues & Bluegrass Festival. Photo by Travis Hudgons/Decaturish.com

Taneka Clemons on vocals for Lockdown Blues Band. Photo by Travis Hudgons/Decaturish.com

Taneka Clemons on vocals for Lockdown Blues Band. Photo by Travis Hudgons/Decaturish.com

Lockdown Blues Band entertains the crowd at the Decatur BBQ, Blues & Bluegrass Festival. Photo by Travis Hudgons/Decaturish.com

Lockdown Blues Band entertains the crowd at the Decatur BBQ, Blues & Bluegrass Festival. Photo by Travis Hudgons/Decaturish.com

Paul Petosa gives the peace sign while waiting to place his order at thw Sweet Auburn Barbebue truck. Photo by Travis Hudgons/Decaturish.com

Paul Petosa gives the peace sign while waiting to place his order at thw Sweet Auburn Barbebue truck. Photo by Travis Hudgons/Decaturish.com

Sweet Auburn Barbecue general manager Joseph Stallings says they have served more than 70 slabs of ribs, 300 pounds of pork and 150 pounds of chicken at the Decatur BBQ, Blues & Bluegrass Festival. Photo by Travis Hudgons/Decaturish.com

Sweet Auburn Barbecue general manager Joseph Stallings says they have served more than 70 slabs of ribs, 300 pounds of pork and 150 pounds of chicken at the Decatur BBQ, Blues & Bluegrass Festival. Photo by Travis Hudgons/Decaturish.com

Sweet Auburn Barbecue general manager Joseph Stallings cuts ribs to send to waiting customers. Photo by Travis Hudgons/Decaturish.com

Sweet Auburn Barbecue general manager Joseph Stallings cuts ribs to send to waiting customers. Photo by Travis Hudgons/Decaturish.com

Festival volunteers, from left, Abby Phipps, Ella McIlvain and Allie Wynne. Photo by Travis Hudgons/Decaturish.com

Festival volunteers, from left, Abby Phipps, Ella McIlvain and Allie Wynne. Photo by Travis Hudgons/Decaturish.com

Brad Brickhouse takes a huge bite from a Fox Bros pulled pork BBQ sandwich. Photo by Travis Hudgons/Decaturish.com

Brad Brickhouse takes a huge bite from a Fox Bros pulled pork BBQ sandwich. Photo by Travis Hudgons/Decaturish.com

FOX BROS BBQ. Photo by Travis Hudgons/Decaturish.com

FOX BROS BBQ. Photo by Travis Hudgons/Decaturish.com

King of Pops is one way to beat the heat at the Decatur BBQ, Blues and Bluegrass Festival. Photo by Travis Hudgons/Decaturish.com

King of Pops is one way to beat the heat at the Decatur BBQ, Blues and Bluegrass Festival. Photo by Travis Hudgons/Decaturish.com

Are you sure this is a butterfly? Photo by Travis Hudgons/Decaturish.com

Are you sure this is a butterfly? Photo by Travis Hudgons/Decaturish.com

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