All the meats are spoken for at this year's Red Dirt BBQ & Music Festival.

The festival saw its last general admission ticket sell on Wednesday (April 13), which means that tickets just for the concert are the only ones available.

VIP tickets sold out within 24 hours when tickets went on sale in February, and general admission tickets were fans' final chance to experience both the barbecue and music portions of the festival, which is Saturday, May 14, in Downtown Tyler.

A limited number of concert-only tickets are still available for $25, which allows for 5:30 p.m. entry into the festival to see a five-act show with Bri Bagwell, The Dirty River Boys, William Clark Green, JB and the Moonshine Band and The Turnpike Troubadours.

Red Dirt BBQ & Music Festival, presented by Tyler Ford, has sold out its first two years of existence and is expected to sell out again in 2016. Tickets will not be sold at the gate.