Food Truck Face Off is almost here! Join us at Liberty Park on Saturday, July 8 for a day of food trucks, local music, great beer and more to support three nonprofits dedicated to serving vulnerable Utahns.
Fourth Street Clinic helps homeless Utahns improve their health and quality of life by providing high-quality health care and support services. In 2021, programs like Mobile Health Care and Street Outreach deliver primary care to those who need it most.
Utah Community Action is committed to empowering individuals, strengthening families, and building communities through self-reliance and education programs. They offer Head Start and Early Head Start, Adult Education, Nutrition, Case Management and Housing, Weatherization, and HEAT utility assistance.
The Children’s Center Utah provides comprehensive mental health care to enhance the emotional well-being of infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and their families.
The three charities are thrilled to partner with The Food Truck League once again, who works with more than 30 food trucks participating in this year’s Face Off. The Food Truck League brings communities and great food together through catering, events, and at The Hub Food Truck Park in South Jordan. A full list of the food trucks at Food Truck Face Off coming soon!
Hailing from the vibrant city of Salt Lake, Citrine is a dynamic band that weaves together the hypnotic allure of psychedelic rock with the soulful essence of blues. This electrifying quartet effortlessly merges vintage nostalgia with a contemporary edge, conjuring a sound that is both timeless and innovative.
Seaslak is the only thing in my mind – this band of six incredibly talented people create a harmonious bluegrass rock sound. Mick Rudolph’s vocals are a dream. Listen to their new EP on Spotify now!
Blood brother rock duo based out of Salt Lake, The Waldron Brothers fuse indie rock and psych to create their new age sound. Check out their latest single “Thinking About You” on Spotify now!
Utah Reggae band. Bryan (lead singer) and Mary (keyboards) started Vocal Reasoning as a vision to express feeling of love, unity, and most high Rastafari. Check out their good vibes on Spotify now!