Food Truck festival set for Saturday in Spring Hill featuring live music, games


Food Truck festival set for Saturday in Spring Hill featuring live music, games

Photo courtesy of Fireflies

By ALEXANDER WILLIS

Fireflies boutique store on Main Street will be holding their second charity food truck festival this Saturday from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., featuring live music, games, and of course, plenty of food trucks.

Benefiting the Foundation for Fallen Officers, the event will see plenty of activities for kids and families to enjoy, such as trampoline bouncing courtesy of Springfree Trampoline Nashville, as well as other outdoor party games.

Blues singer Brian Golden will be giving a performance at 12 p.m., followed by a performance from the electro-hip and pop grunge artist Heliograph at 2 p.m.

The Foundation for Fallen Officers is a nonprofit organization that supports the families of fallen law enforcement officers through financial support.

The following food providers will be featured at the event:

Tiener Wieners

Shaved Ice

Candy puff Girls 

Sugar Magnolia Bakeshop

Moosic City Ice Cream

Abe’s food truck

Finns and Feathers

Chevy’s Rations

Tito’s Tacos 

Power up Nutrition

 

The following businesses will be featured at the event:

One Penny Art

Color Street

Damsel in Distress

Red Gypsy Mermaid 

Victorian Christmas Spiders

Veteran Carving

Hello Fresh

Changing Seasons

Ziya

Vintage 615

Always Have Heart

B&L Designs

Pam Chastain 

Revital U

Southern Life Chiropractic

Rustic Recreations

Willow Mae Designs

Rustic Hope 

Pinnacle Home Improvement

Leaf Filter

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