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Home Team BBQ’s Rock the Block event returns this weekend

Home Team BBQ is giving back to the community and helping families in need in a fun + tasty way with its annual Rock the Block event.

People stand around a Ronald McDonald statue with a large check that shows $90,000 being donated to the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Charleston from Holy Smokes

Ronald McDonald House Charities provide almost 2 million overnight stays every year worldwide | Photo by: Home Team BBQ

Ain’t no party like a Home Team party. If you’re looking for a way to give back to your community, Home Team BBQ has you covered. Saturday, Feb. 24, the restaurant is hosting its sixth annual Rock the Block party from 11 a.m. -to 4 p.m. at its downtown location at 126 Williman St.

The fundraiser will feature award-winning chefs, craft cocktails + beer and will benefit Hogs for the Cause + the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Charleston. Both organizations provide temporary housing + financial assistance to families of children fighting pediatric cancers. Last year, Home Team BBQ raised over $90,000.

Of course, no good party is complete without good music — the lineup will feature artists like Krasno/Moore Project, Honey Island Swamp Band + Broken Speakers. Tickets for the event are on sale now. General admission tickets are $20 and $25 on the day of.

Already made weekend plans but still want to contribute? There’s an option to donate directly.

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