Greater Vancouver Food Truck Festival is rolling into Langley again next weekend.
“It’s definitely bigger than the last one,” enthused Jason Faria, owner/operator of the festival.
He expects the two-day Langley Community Block Party will draw in about 5,000 people during the weekend.
The event will bring a rotating selection of food trucks, live music, seated eating, and a vendor market hosted by BC Shop Local, an organization that supports small businesses.
“Under the current provincial health orders, we’re allowed to have events, so we’re definitely going back to a walk-up style,” Faria said.
Food trucks scheduled to be at the block party Friday include: All About Grill, Fusion Icy , Kyu Grill, Munchu Picchu, Food Daddy, Betty’s Greek Honey Ballz, Brownie Bakers, Kurry Up, Little Ooties Mini Donuts, Takenaka, Wings, Steamworks, and Old Country Pierogi.
On Saturday, vendors include: Reel Mac and Cheese, All About Grill, Fusion Icy, Kyu Grill, Munchu Picchu, G’s Donair, Rolled West Coast, Shameless Buns, Wingerz, and Oh My Gado.
Both days will also see a live DJ.
The festival will be hosted at Christian Life Assembly, 21277 56th Ave., on Friday, Sept. 3 from 4 to 10 p.m. and Saturday, Sept. 4 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
For complete details visit greatervanfoodtruckfest.com/events/langley-community-block-party.
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