Prescott Food Truck Festival goes for round two

Carly Bielecki with the Frites St food truck from Phoenix hands Anne Marie Tayler a couple of orders of garlic fries during the first Prescott Food Truck Festival in 2015 at Mile High Middle School.

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Carly Bielecki with the Frites St food truck from Phoenix hands Anne Marie Tayler a couple of orders of garlic fries during the first Prescott Food Truck Festival in 2015 at Mile High Middle School.

In case you haven’t noticed the signs posted at major intersections all over the city, the second annual Prescott Food Truck Festival is taking place on the Mile High Football Field Saturday, Aug. 27, from noon to 6 p.m.

Admission will be $5 and the trucks will strictly be selling entrees for $5 and food samples for $2.

Event organizer Steve Gottlieb believes this is the cheapest food truck festival in the state.

“I think that families need a break on food pricing, so we’re having the food trucks limit what they charge and find creative ways to make it work,” Gottlieb said.

There will be 12 food trucks on site and 12 beers available for purchase. There will also be two bouncy castles and three bands.

The Cross-eyed Possum will be playing at noon, KDMA Band takes over at 2 p.m. and Wes Williams finishes it off starting at 4 p.m.

The event will benefit Prescott Meals on Wheels.

Please note this is not the event that was canceled earlier this month that was scheduled for Aug. 21.