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Posted on: September 6, 2023

[ARCHIVED] Burlington County Craft Beer & Food Truck Festival coming to County Fairgrounds on Sept. 23

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Gather your friends and your appetite because the Burlington County Craft Beer & Food Truck Festival is returning September 23.

More than two dozen food trucks, breweries and wineries will be featured at this year’s festival, plus live music and other entertainment. Tickets are now on sale for the event on Sept. 23 from 1 PM to 7 PM at the Burlington County Fairgrounds, 1990 Jacksonville-Jobstown Road in Springfield.

“Burlington County has incredible history, natural beauty, art and music and this event is a great opportunity for residents to come together and enjoy a fun evening out in one of our County parks,” said Burlington County Commissioner Director Felicia Hopson. “Food trucks and craft beverages are important small businesses that add a lot to our local communities, so we’re proud to help spotlight and support them.”

The participating food trucks will provide a diverse menu of delicious bites for sale. They include Butch’s Smack Your Lips, Rio Brazilian Steak Truck, Palleschi’s Pizza, Little Sicilian, Dan’s Waffles, Latin Bites, Lexylicious, Buzzetta’s, Mexi-Boys, Red’s Rolling Restaurant, Star of the Sea Seafood and G’Day Gourmet.

The participating breweries include Dr. Brewlittle’s (Maple Shade) , Mechanical Brewery (Cherry Hill), CKBC (Williamstown), Zed’s Beer (Marlton), Subculture Artisan Ale (Florence), Third State Brewing (Burlington City), Axe & Arrow Brewing (Glassboro) and Bout the Hops Brewing (Mount Laurel).

Performing at the festival will be three bands: Jimmy & The Parrots, High Noon and Lost in Paris.

Tickets are available online at Eventbrite: Food Truck Festival.

“Whether you’re craving gourmet tacos, pizza, seafood or fries, you can be certain there will be plenty of delicious food for all tastes, along with some of South Jersey’s finest craft brews and wines,” said Burlington County Commissioner Allison Eckel, the liaison to the Department of Resource Conservation and Parks. “The Burlington County Craft Beer & Food Truck Festival is another great event organized by our parks staff and the perfect way to welcome the fall season.”

The event comes on the heels of Burlington County’s Summer Restaurant Week featuring more than 115 participating restaurants, eateries, food trucks and craft beverage businesses.

“Small businesses are more than just a name on a sign. Restaurants, food trucks and breweries bring visitors to our downtowns, and they serve as engines for economic development and growth,” Hopson said. “By helping them, we’re helping our own communities grow and remain strong and vibrant, so we’re proud to hold events like Restaurant Week and the Craft Beer & Food Truck Festival to help promote and generate business for them.”

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