Hot Chicken and Jorts: The Finale

Hot Chicken and Jorts: The Finale

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Paradise Park is known for many things: $6 pitchers of Natty Lite, astroturf that you’re not quite sure you’re willing to touch, crispy golden tater tots, burgers endorsed by Stephen Baldwin, the list goes on and on.  And there’s not one event that is more quintessentially Paradise Park than Randy Jubilee’s annual Hot Chicken & Jorts.

Over the years, Randy has become an icon at Paradise Park - from his long flowing mullet, to his homemade denim vest. His beer, Jubilee IPA, is always on draft (of which 50% of proceeds directly benefit the Oasis Center) and every so often Randy will pop by and have one for himself.  Possibly most notably, his jean jorts get higher and tighter as the years progress.  

Next Friday, for his 10th and final time, Uncle Randy is down for ONE...LAST...BURN.  It’s the end of an era and if there was ever a time to unpack that Canadian tuxedo, dig out those Daisy Duke’s, and style your hair into the most cringe-worthy  mullet, it’s now.  This is your last chance to unleash your inner redneck at Paradise Park, so you might as well go big.

“I’m more excited than a puppy with two peters...it’s our final Hot Chicken & Jorts, and we’re leaving it all on the beer-stained astroturf.  Believe me, we’re going to have more people than Trump’s inauguration. It’s going to be huge. You don’t want to miss it.”
— Randy Jubilee

For $20, you can be a part of the revelry downstairs with $6 pitchers of good ‘ole Natty Lite, live music, and all-you-can-eat hot chicken & tots.   Or you can raise your pinky and class it up a notch upstairs: $50 will earn you entry into “Haute Chicken & Jorts”, including all-you-can-eat hot chicken & tots, craft beer and wine, and rooftop access with live music.   As always, there will be astroturf. There will be tomfoolery. And all ticket proceeds will benefit the Oasis Center.

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