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Food Truck Friday returns with live music

Ready for some food truck fare?Head over to the Miller Performing Arts Center from 5-8 p.m. Friday for this month's Food Truck Friday, the monthly celebration of food trucks and live music that starts in spring and runs through the summer.

<p style="text-align:right;">News Tribune file</p><p><strong>Community members gather in the Etta & Joseph Miller Performing Arts Center parking lot for Food Truck Friday. The next event is set for 5-8 p.m. Friday.</strong></p>

Ready for some food truck fare?

Head over to the Miller Performing Arts Center from 5-8 p.m. Friday for this month's Food Truck Friday, the monthly celebration of food trucks and live music that starts in spring and runs through the summer. Because of the pandemic, the event series had a late start, kicking off two months behind schedule and starting up with only to-go options and eliminating seating.

Since then, the event has brought music back, first with a live DJ, but this week will feature musician Sarah Parker. Attendees also have been able to bring their own chairs in order to enjoy the food and music on site.

This week will feature one new addition — a flower cart from River City Florist.

Trucks expected to take part in this month's Food Truck Friday, include Rebel Tacos, Wrap It Up, Shooby Snacks, La Chica Loca, Roscoe's Ice Cream Truck, Serendipity Coffee & Tea and Ready Popped Kettle Corn and More.