Fill up at the Diamond Food Truck Bash

By Boomer Staff | July 19th, 2016

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Who doesn’t like eating hand-held dishes from local food trucks while mingling with friends and family?

This Saturday (July 23), you can grab your favorite people and head out to The Diamond Food Truck Bash, headed up by The Virginia Museum of Radio & Concert Entertainment (VMRCE), at the home of the Richmond Flying Squirrels. Attendees will have the choice of eating at 30 plus different Richmond-area food trucks as well as sipping on Virginia craft bees, wines and checking out various arts and crafts vendors and live music such as from Roosterfoot and Big Mama Shakes.

“Due to the overwhelming success of other food truck events we have produced, we are so excited to bring serious Food Truck fun to Richmond’s Diamond.” says Laurin Willis, the promoter for the Food Truck Bash.  “We continue to work with the Richmond Food Truck Association to expand these events throughout the Central Virginia region.  There will be a tremendous variety of cuisines for everyone to experience.   We hope everyone will find a new favorite food.”

Food Trucks already confirmed include:  Boka Tako Truck, Mean Bird, Carytown Burgers & Fries, Dank Eats, The Grapevine, Hungry Turtle Food Truck, Espresso A Go Go, Strawberry Street Café, Slideways Mobile Bistro,  De Rochonnet Delights Chocolatier, The UFO Truck, Firehouse Bar-B-Que, MacDaddy, Kona Ice Richmond, Mister Softee and more to be announced!

The event will be held from 3 p.m. until 9 p.m at 3001 N. Boulevard.

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