Mansfield- Shriners Chili and Wing Cook Off Burning Up the Miracle Mile!

Jimi Vincent Band Performing At The Shriners Chili & Wing Cook Off in Mansfield OhioShriners Chili & Wing Cook Off On The Miracle Mile in Mansfield, OhioThe Mark May Band Will Perform Live at the Shriners Chili & Wing Cook Off Blues & Jazz Festival in Mansfield, OH May 30, 2015Blues Band Johnny Reed & The Houserockers will perform at the Shriners Chili & Wing Cook Off Blues & Jazz Festival in Mansfield, OH on May 30, 2015

Admission: $5 Per Person

The 2nd Annual Shriners Chili & Wing Cook Off on The Miracle Mile is going on today. The festival is taking place at 1349 Park Avenue West in Mansfield, Ohio and began at 1:00 pm. At 3:00 pm emcee Tommy Barnes of WMAN officially opened the Chili & Wing Cook Off and got the competition fired up. The Chili & Wing Cook Off is featuring contestants from four divisions (Restaurants, Corporate, Non-Profit and Amateur).

This year’s event will have something for everyone. The Blues & Jazz Festival kicked off at 3:00 pm with live performances by National Touring Blues & Jazz bands featuring The Mark May BandJohnny Reed & The Houserockers, Sy’Velt and Noah Shull At 8:30pm headliner, The Jimi Vincent Band with Special Musical Guest Ed Jonnet will take the stage until close. The Jimi Vincent Band has played throughout the United States and have won countless awards at large Blues & Jazz Festivals.

Also new for 2015 will be the Chili Dog, Jalapeno, and Wing Eating Contest as well as the Sand Volleyball Tournament and Cornhole Tournament. The Chili & Wing Cook Off Tent will also feature performances local musicians and a wide variety of different types of Chili & Wings. Food Vendors will also be on hand in the Superior Beverage – Miller Lite Beer Garden.

Don’t miss the delicious food, contests or the opportunity to witness some of the best Blues and Jazz music at the 2nd Annual Shriners Chili & Wing Cook Off  located on n “The Miracle Mile” today. The festival, which is taking place at 1349 Park Avenue West in Mansfield, Ohio is going on Now! staticmap




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  1. I hope they are better organized went last year about 6:00 or 6:30 wanting to try some chili, Paid 5.00 each to get thru the gate, to find there wasn’t any chili anywhere I would hope they have more chili this year even though I probably won’t go seeing I wasted $10.00 last year, It was for a good cause, Good luck this year.

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