Food Truck Festivals of America is bringing the first-ever Panama City Beach Food Truck & Craft Beer Festival Saturday, Feb. 17, from noon to 5 p.m.
While some of Florida’s most popular food trucks dish out fan favorites, craft ales and beers will be available for sale. There will also be live music, lawn games, and an artisan market where local artists will showcase their work. Food Truck Festivals of America is pleased to offer FREE admission to first responders—police, fire, and EMTs.
“The least we can do for all they do for us,” says Anne-Marie Aigner, founder of Food Truck Festivals of America. “We salute them.”
Over two-dozen food trucks will serve up everything from fall-off-the-bone BBQ to juicy prime rib, gooey mac and cheese, authentic Caribbean, savory cupcakes, and much more. To wash it all down, attendees can choose from 50-plus local, regional and national craft beers.
For foodies that want a little more out of their festival experience, VIP tickets are available for $25 in advance online ($30 at the gate). VIPs are allowed early access to the festival, no lines, a FREE dessert from a designated VIP food truck, unlimited bottled water throughout the event, and $1 off any craft beer throughout the festival.
General admission tickets are $5 online at FoodTruckFestivalsOfAmerica.com or $10 at the gate. Children 12 and under are admitted at no cost.
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