Food Truck Friday at Cornerstone Park

August 07, 2018

Food Truck Friday at Cornerstone Park

Say goodbye to summer on the east side of Downtown on August 24 at Food Truck Friday at Cornerstone Park. Cornerstone Center for the Arts and Think Muncie Drink Muncie have collaborated to present an evening of community fun including live music, food trucks, and local beers. Food Truck Friday is brought to you in part by Muncie Downtown Development Partnership with support from Praxis Consulting.

The food trucks, breweries, and bands will be at Cornerstone Park on the corner of Main & Madison from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Friday, August 24 for this all age’s event. Food will be available for purchase from Speedy Dogs, Payne’s Fish & Chips, Tastes Good on a Bun, and The Big Easy Cajun Food. In addition, The Guardian Brewing Company, New Corner Brewing Company, and Wolves’ Head Brewing Company will have beer for sale to guests ages 21 and up. The Meanies will provide free entertainment. Cornerstone instructors will provide live art demonstrations and information about upcoming classes will be available.  

Guests are encouraged to bring their own picnic blanket or lawn chair as no tables and chairs will be provided. This is a family friendly event and is open to all ages. Parking is available at Cornerstone Center for the Arts and The Guardian Brewing Company.





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