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PHOTOS: Hot wings and a musical battle

Dan Brown, of Mitchell, closes his eyes while enduring the five minute resting period after eating eight hot wings for the Hot Wing Eating Contest at the third-annual Wingapalooza Saturday in Mitchell. Brown won the event, eating four Blarney’s Ghost Chili Wings and four American Garage Door’s Napalm Wings saying the pain was “so worth it.”1 / 4
Joey Jagger, left, preforming as Mick Jagger and Young Hutchinson preforming as Keith Richards in the Rolling Stones tribute band Jumping Jack Flash, sing at the Corn Palace as part of the Beatles vs. Stones tribute band show Saturday night in Mitchell. The Beatles tribute band Abbey Road also performed. The concert was all general admission selling 536 tickets out of 1,000 seats according to Mark Schilling, director of the Corn Palace. (Sean Ryan/Republic)2 / 4
Joey Jagger, left, preforming as Mick Jagger in the Rolling Stones tribute band Jumping Jack Flash, sings at the Corn Palace as part of the Beatles vs. Stones tribute band show Saturday night in Mitchell. (Sean Ryan/Republic)3 / 4
Joey Jagger, left, preforming as Mick Jagger and Young Hutchinson preforming as Keith Richards in the Rolling Stones tribute band Jumping Jack Flash, sing at the Corn Palace as part of the Beatles vs. Stones tribute band show Saturday night in Mitchell. (Sean Ryan/Republic)4 / 4

Mitchell Main Street and Beyond hosted third-annual Wingapalooza and Hot Wing Eating Contest downtown Saturday, selling more than 250 tickets, according to Jennifer Jungwirth, Main Street assistant. For the title of best wings, in third place was American Garage Door; second place, Dale’s A-1 Transmission; and first place was The Depot. People’s Choice award went to County Fair; Hottest Wings: American Garage Door; and Best Booth Decorations: Klock Werks.

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