There IS one kind of food fight we won't get in trouble for participating in and that's happening this weekend in LeClaire, Iowa. You'll want to head to the LeClaire levee for the Food Truck Fight along the Mississippi River this weekend.

It's the same Food Truck Fight we've seen in LeClaire in past years, but organizers say they're doing things a little differently this year and breaking the event up into three, limited capacity micro events:
Friday, June 18th from 5:00-9:00 pm
Saturday, June 19th from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Saturday, June 19th from 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm.
Getting your tickets in advance helps organizers ensure there will be enough food and drink for everyone. You can buy your tickets here. Your VIP ticket includes admission to the event, (2) two drink tickets, (4) four “Truck Bucks” to be used at any of the trucks and some sweet Food Truck Fight® swag! Kids 12 & under are free. There is also an option for a General Admission ticket for each event.
Enjoy food from over a dozen food trucks, live music, entertainment for the kids, cold beverages and -- while some things have changed, what hasn't changed is that YOU get to pick the 2021 Food Truck Fight® Champion!
Here's the music and food truck line up:
Friday Night Live Music: Wicked Liz & the Bellyswirls
Saturday Afternoon Live Music: Frankie Jo & Kinfolk
Saturday Night Live Music: Fair Warning
2021 Food Trucks:
Kelley Girls Woodfire Pizza (reigning champs)
Los Primos (2017 & 2018 champs)
Smokin' G's' BBQ
Here's the Scoop
Floyd's Burgers & Sliders
Chuckies
The Hot Dog Guy
LoPiez
Mahala Sweet Treats
La Flama
Café Fresh
Just Cheddar
The Big Black Box
If you have any questions you can e-mail organizers at info@foodtruckfight.com or message them on Facebook. This year's event is going to be fun!
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