KFAI Sponsors "Fall Feast Food Truck Rally"

Date: 
Saturday, October 19, 2013 - 12:00pm

KFAI is proud to partner with the Minnesota Food Truck Association for the "Fall Feast Food Truck Rally" at Harriet Brewing.  This is a free event and will take place rain or shine.

So many food trucks, so little stomach capacity. A feast of 15 Minnesota Food Trucks.

After the success of their first event in July, the Minnesota Food Truck Association (MFTA)  is once again gathering its truck members for a food truck rally. 15 food trucks will unite for the fall feast.

The following MFTA food trucks will serve their gourmet mobile food specialties at the brewery along with live entertainment and locally brewed craft beer. The Fall Feast Food Truck Rally is a FREE event for all ages. Attendees must be 21 years of age to obtain a wristband for alcohol consumption.

Lulu’s Street Food
Cafe Racer
Tiki Tims
AZ Canteen
Motley Crews
Stanley’s
Brava
Eat At Sandy’s
Hibachi Daruma
A Cupcake Social
Hot Indian Foods
The MidNord Empanada Truck
Moral Omnivore
Gastrotruck
The Red Pig & Truffle

Entertainment Schedule:

Body Omara: 12pm
Body Omara is a Twin Cities based trio that performs original compositions combining African influences with jazz sensibilities. What emerges is a sound you can’t hear anywhere else.

Charlie Parr: 2pm (Surprise Guest)
Many people play roots music, but few modern musicians live those roots like Minnesota’s Charlie Parr. Recording since the earliest days of the 21st century, Parr’s heartfelt and plaintive original folk blues and traditional spirituals don’t strive for authenticity: They are authentic

Jeff Ray & The Stakes: 4pm
Jeff Ray, his steel resonator guitar and a foot-stomping board is all you’ll hear when the St. Paul musician plays live and on his latest CD ‘Last Great Winter.’ And that’s all you’ll need.

Crankshaft & The Gear Grinders: 6pm
Crankshaft has been pounding the pavement since 2008, developing his own “pork neck” style along the way. A sound heavily rooted in blues, country, swing, rock ‘n’ roll and surf that “could not have been imagined prior to the early punk scene,” as described by Dig In Magazine. Rock solid original lyrics, a dedicated fan base, and his 21st century twist on the American roots is pushing him to the top of the crowded Minneapolis music scene in a hurry. It’s becoming clear to many that Crankshaft is “one of the best and most interesting roots, rock and blues acts playing around town these days.”

Harriet Brewing Company is located at 3036 Minnehaha Avenue, Minneapolis.