Lamb Jam DC
2:00 PM14:00

Lamb Jam DC

We’re b-a-a-a-a-ck and tastier than ever! Come eat, sip, play and explore at this epic gastronomic experience and culinary competition that brings together 16 of D.C.'s most talented chefs to vie for the title of Lamb Jam DC Champion, and celebrate the 80,000 family operated farms and ranches raising lamb across the nation.


Main Event (3-6pm)

16 chefs compete while you have fun, vote and eat! Bartenders, winemakers, brewers, and culinary artisans of all sorts will be on hand to create an unforgettable gastronomic experience. You never know what may pop up: live art, local musicians, dessert bars, chef demos and more— there are plenty of surprises in store.

VIP Experience (2-6pm)

Score yourself a VIP ticket for the ultimate Lamb Jam experience. In addition to the main event, you’ll be treated to an exclusive VIP hour with artisanal libations and bites, AND get early entry to the main event, AND a VIP gift so you can take the Lamb Jam experience home.


About Lamb Jam Tour

The American Lamb Jam Tour is an epic chef competition and culinary experience that brings together 16 of the most talented chefs at each of the five tour stops—Austin, Boston, D.C., San Francisco, and Seattle. Chefs compete for best lamb dish and the opportunity to go head to head against winners from across the nation at the Lamb Jam Finale for the title of Lamb Jam Master.

All Lamb Jam Tour events are 21+.

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Freer Gallery of Art-Meyer Auditorium
1050 Independence Ave SW
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