2013 Texas Food Truckin’ Fest At Ballpark In Arlington

dosaby Jennifer Thomas

Eating your heart out will be easy when Arlington rolls out a plethora of food trucks at the first 2013 Texas Food Truckin’ Fest on April 26th and 27th at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.

Texas gourmet food trucks, live bands and performers, kids’ activities (including bounce houses, balloon artists and face painters) and a Rangers away game will greet attendees during the event. The two-day fest will give foodies much to be happy about as fan favorites like Tutta’s Pizza, First Bite, Taste of Home, Simply Dosa, Bombay Chopstix, Oink N’ Moo and many more line the ballpark streets with delectable dishes.          

Along with food trucks and live music, FOX Sports Southwest will broadcast Rangers Live pregame and postgame shows of the Texas Rangers vs. Minnesota Twins away game on Saturday, April 27. FOX Sports Southwest Girls Kaime and Liddy will also be on-site to meet and greet fans.

Kicking off at 4 p.m. on Friday, April 26, a day pass is available for $10.00 or a two-day pass for $12.00. Kids under 12 are $5, and children under 32 inches are free. Guests can pre-purchase tickets by visiting their website. Parking is included.

A portion of the proceeds will go to benefit the American Cancer Society Relay for Life. The American Cancer Society is the largest non-governmental funding source for cancer research. Funds raised through Relay for Life supports all types of cancer research.

 

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