Inaugural Food Truck Frenzy hosted in Princeton

West Virginia News

PRINCETON, WV (WVNS) Live music, food and beer. What sounds better for a summer night? People from across the region flocked to the Chuck Mathena Center on Saturday to enjoy the first ever Food Truck Frenzy.

Organizer Kathrn Kandas said there is something for all to enjoy.

“It’s something fun for summer,” Kandas said. “It’s top shelf cuisine from food trucks from around the area. Local music national music, it’s going to be a really fun all day, something different.”

You can eat your way down a row of food trucks featuring local food vendors to the tune of live music from local and national bands.

Candace Wilson, another organizer, said people are even able to enjoy local crafts.

“We’ve got some mountain carvers over here that they can watch and but a piece if that is something their interested in.” Wilson said. “They have all types of craft beer that they can sample and they can do the beer garden sampler, they can just by an individual ticket, things like that. And we’ve got amazing music that’s going to be on stage all day.”

They both said they decided to put this on for a fun event for families to enjoy and also give back to the community.

“It’s totally family friendly, put your kids in a wagon bring them,” Wilson said. “We’ve got food for everybody, entertainment just stay hydrated and have fun.”

The Food Truck Frenzy goes until 11 p.m. on Saturday June 29. Tickets can be bought at the door for $15.

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