Black Food Truck Festival Announces Music, Entertainment Lineup
The Black Food Truck Festival returns this spring celebrating Black businesses and culture with food, music, family friendly activities, and entertainment. Tickets are on sale now for the two-day festival being held on April 22nd and 23rd at the Exchange Park Fairgrounds in Ladson.
The annual Black Food Truck Festival has a greater mission of making an economic and social impact on the community by showcasing and investing in Black-owned businesses. In addition, the event has brought a variety of bands from across the Southeast to perform at the festival each season.
Slated to perform at this year’s vent:
Mike Stone – 12:30 pm
The Black Diamond Band – 2:30 pm
MVP Band – 4:30 pm
DJ Illadel vs. DJ Honcho (DJ Battle) – 6:00 pm
Live Performance by Artist Kolpeace During DJ Battle
Trap Jazz All Stars – 12:30 pm
Stout – 2:30 pm
The Red Sample – 4:30 pm
DJ Rubin vs. DJ Kub (DJ Battle) – 6:00 pm
In addition to all the food trucks and musical entertainment, festival attendees will have a wide range of family friendly activities to partake in including games, face painting, game trucks, and a mobile bowling alley.
VIP tickets are now on sale for $125 or $225 for a two-day ticket. VIP extras include a swag bag, access to the VIP container bar plus the VIP exclusive pavilion area that includes complimentary drinks, and no wait times at the festival entrance.
Festival times are 12 pm to 7 pm for general admission and 11 am to 7 pm for VIP. The Exchange Park Fairgrounds is located at 9850 Highway 78 in Ladson. Admission is $25, or purchase a two-day ticket for $45. Ticket prices increase on April 1. Tickets do not include food. Children age 12 and under are admitted for free. No pets allowed. Parking is free. Purchase tickets at www.blackfoodtruckfestival.com
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