A Look at Jubilee 2015

 

Go inside our third annual Made in the South weekend

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    The Garden & Gun Jubilee kicks off with a Thursday night Oyster Roast featuring oysters from Rappahannock Oyster Co. at Charles Towne Landing.

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    Guests shuck buckets of fresh oysters from the Chesapeake Bay.

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    Left to right: Attending guests TuVy and Juley Le swing in the Jubilee Farmshed at Founder’s Hall.

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    2014 Made in the South Awards winner Josh Raggio, features beautiful hand-carved duck calls in the Jubilee Sport Shop.

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    The fishing experts of Brookings' Anglers from Cashiers, North Carolina, offer fly casting lessons.

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    The Jubilee Diner menu includes delicious lunch items such as the Duck & Oyster Gumbo inspired by G&G’s Southerner’s Cookbook.

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    Attending guests joggle on the lawn at Founder’s Hall and carefully balance their wine from the folks at Goat. Sheep. Cow.

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    The Roosevelts entertain at Friday night’s Jubilee Bash held on the lawn at the Gaillard Performance Hall.

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    Shoppers loved the new Jubilee Village featuring makers and craftsmen of all kinds set under the Allee of Oaks.

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    Left to right: Paul Trible and Paul Watson of Ledbury custom clothiers feature made-to-measure shirts in the Jubilee Village.

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    Jubilee attendees enjoy cocktails provided by Don Julio and Bulleit Bourbon, live Bluegrass music, and Wild Weiners Hot Dogs at the new Jubilee Truck Stop.

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    The warm and intimate environment under the tent at Saturday night’s Southern Seafood BBQ.

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    The culinary masters of the Southern Seafood BBQ: chefs Bryan Caswell, Mike Lata, and Donald Link.

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    Dinner guests toast to a great evening and a delicious menu prepared by the award-winning chefs.

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    Legendary musician, Robert Earl Keen performs at the Saturday night Southern Seafood BBQ.

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    The Jubilee Marketplace inside Founder’s Hall featuring hundreds of unique products and holiday gift ideas curated by Garden & Gun.

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    A hearty make-your-own Bloody Mary bar at the Jubilee Sunday Social.

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    Tamale legends Hattie and Curtis Johnson prepare their famous hot tamales from the Delta at the Jubilee Sunday Social.

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    2015 Jubilee brew provided by Revelry Brewing Co. of Charleston, South Carolina.

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    A Volvo XC90 on display in the Jubilee Sweet Shop, where guests learn about the vehicle’s best safety and technology features through test drives and self-parking demonstrations.

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    Master dog trainer, Mike Stewart of Wildrose Kennels, sets his dogs up in the field before training demonstrations begin.

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    The dogs of Wildrose Kennels delight the crowd throughout the weekend during not-to-be-missed dog training demonstrations.

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    Singer/songwriter Holly Williams performs under the oaks at the Jubilee Finale Concert on Sunday.

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December 4-6, 2015, Garden & Gun hosted a spirited three-day festival celebrating the best of Southern culture. Attracting readers from across the country, the weekend boasted a unique roundup of personalities, arts, music, food, drink, literature, and the sporting life. 

Special thanks to:
Founding Partner | Charleston Area Convention & Visitors Bureau
Automotive Partner | Volvo Cars of North America
Spirits Partners | Bulleit Bourbon and Tequila Don Julio 
Venue Partner | South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism

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