A Perfect Pairing: Minnesota Food Trucks & Minnesota Craft Beer!
Harriet Brewing Company, Minneapolis Mn
Saturday, July 27th, 2013
The Minnesota Food Truck Association (MFTA) is gathering its truck members for a series of Food Truck Rallies throughout the Twin Cities Metro. The first of these events will be held Saturday, July 27th from noon to 10pm at Harriet Brewing Company (3036 Minnehaha Avenue, Minneapolis MN).
Twelve MFTA food trucks will serve their gourmet mobile food specialties at the brewery along with live entertainment and locally brewed craft beer. The 1st Annual Great MN Food Truck Rally is a FREE event for all ages. Attendees must be 21 years of age to obtain a wristband for alcohol consumption.
Food Trucks Include (but are not limited to):
- AZ Canteen
- The MidNord Empanada Truck
- Potter’s Pasties
- Gogi Bros
- Messy Giuseppe
- Lulu’s Street Food
- Brava On Wheels
- Moral Omnivore
- Hot Indian Foods
- r.a. MacSammy’s
- A La Plancha
Live musical performances throughout the day include:
- The Butanes – 8-10pm
- Maurice Jacox Group – 6pm
- Concentual – 4pm
- Big Blue Station Wagon – 2pm
- Vinyl Lounge – 12pm
A portion of the proceeds from this event will be donated to Second Harvest Heartland to feed Minnesota families in need. Visitors are encouraged to bring non-perishable food item for donation.
Each truck will pair one menu item with one of Harriet Breweries beer on tap.
The Great MN Food Truck Rally is a one-day-only event and will take place rain or shine. Parking is available in the Lot to the West of Harriet Brewing Company (Entrance on Snelling Ave) and on the streets surrounding the brewery. For more details, including a full list of the participating food trucks, visit www.mnfoodtruckassociation.org or follow us on Twitter @FoodTrucksMN
Read more about the event on the City Pages Blog.
If you would like more information about the Minnesota Food Truck Association, email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Butanes: 8pm
Long a commanding presence on the Minneapolis blues/R&B scene, the Butanes began receiving numerous individual and group awards in the late 80’s. The early 90’s found the band holding down two house gigs that have since become a cherished part of local lore: the 10 strong Butanes Soul Revue brought southern soul to the Cabooze bar every Wednesday and the trio delivered Chicago blues to the 400 bar every Thursday. As the accolades piled up, local appearances became less frequent. The band could often be found playing behind luminaries around the world leading one New Orleans wag to dub them “the best band you’ve never heard of.” (site)
Maurice Jacox Group: 6pm
Multiple award winning singing legend, Maurice Jacox, has been on the Twin City music scene for over 45 years. From Willie and the Bees to the Butane Soul Review to Soul Tight Committee to the Straighten Up and Fly Right tribute to Nat King Cole, Maurice has a broad range of musical experience that illuminates in infiltrates each song he sings. With a mix of Jazz, Soul, R&B, Gospel, Pop, Roack and Big Band you are in for truly great night of music. (site)
Concentual (Acoustic Duo): 5pm
Concentual delivers their unique brand of rock ‘n roll with driving beats and punchy guitars, accented by clever riffs and crafty hooks. Their fine tuned melodies and harmonies soar above a rock solid rhythm section, engaging their audience with both their showmanship and polished sound. (site)
Big Blue Station Wagon: 2pm
Trumpet Power Trio
Electric Trumpet, Electric Bass, Drums
Songs by – LOU REED, POLICE, BLACK SABBATH, NEW EDITION, STROKES, POSTAL SERVICE, BJORK, CLASH, more more more plus ORIGINALS (site)
General Tap Room Info:
Opens at 4pm every Tuesday-Friday and 1pm on Saturday
Entrance to the Tap Room is in the back of the brewery
Feel free to park in the lot next to the brewery
Outdoor Patio & Indoor Art Lounge
Beers are $4, $5, $6 and $7
79 Person Max Capacity at any one time inside
Arrive early to reserve your spot for the music
Growler refills from the Tap Room when the front Tasting Room is closed after 8pm