Wild Hog Supper Details

The Wild Hog Supper is co-hosted by the Georgia Food Bank Association, the Department of Agriculture, and Commissioner Gary Black. It is open to the public and widely attended by state legislators and movers and shakers from across the state.


A historic celebration on the eve of the start of Georgia’s legislative session that first kicked off over five decades ago. Originally organized by a group of lobbyists, the event was handed over to the Georgia Food Bank Association over five years ago by Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black and now benefits our Farm to Food Bank program. The event is family friendly with no alcohol and serves as a fun way to rub shoulders with old and new state’s leaders and enjoy some good ‘ole Georgia BBQ.


Sunday, January 12, 2020 from 5:30-7:30 PM. The ticket office in the Blue Room of the Georgia Freight Depot will open at 5 PM, but doors to the event will not open until 5:30 PM.


The Georgia Freight Depot, 65 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, SE, Atlanta, GA 30334.

  • Directions and Parking.
  • Make sure to PAY FOR PARKING in the parking lots in front of and near the Freight Depot or you WILL be BOOTED!


Tickets can be purchased online here.

  • Tickets purchased online will be emailed directly to you. You will receive a unique barcode for each ticket, which can be scanned from your phone or on a printed piece of paper.  You can distribute the barcodes to other parties by email or by printing them and providing them with physical tickets. Each barcode can only be scanned once.
  • We will accept cash, credit card, and checks for tickets at the door beginning at 5:15 PM.


While attire is often varied, we generally recommend business casual, but you can wear whatever you are comfortable in.


  • Fried Chicken
  • Pulled Pork
  • Fried Pork Skins
  • Green Beans
  • Mac n Cheese
  • Chips
  • Sweet & Unsweet Tea
  • Water
  • Coffee
  • Dessert
  • No alcohol will be served at the event.