RIO RANCHO, N.M. (KRQE) - Hopefully, you like eating your barbecue in hot weather because the annual Pork and Brew in Rio Rancho will now be held in July.
City Councilors voted on Wednesday to move the event, which is usually held in late March, to July 4th weekend.
They also approved expanding it from two days to three.
They said combining the Pork and Brew event and Fourth of July celebrations will save money and adding an extra day will bring in more revenue.
In 2010, one day was canceled of the Pork and Brew because of high winds.
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