Here's what you can eat and drink at Burnaby Blues + Roots Fest

There's bacon. What more do you really need to know?

Did someone say bacon? And mini-donuts? And kettle corn?

Nom nom nom.

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Excuse me for being a little distracted while I type, as the Burnaby Blues + Roots Festival has announced its list of food trucks for the Aug. 11 extravaganza at Deer Lake Park, and it’s looking mighty yummy.

Attendees will have their choice of Cravings Kettle Corn, Domino’s Pizza, Lemon Heaven, Rocky Point Ice Cream, Mo-Bacon, Tin Lizzy Concessions – Mini Donuts, Tin Lizzy Concessions – Fish and Chips, TNT Wraps, Wildcat Grill, Next Gen Concessions – Crazy Italian, Meet 2 Eat, JJ Hot Cobs, Teriyaki Express and Insomniac Coffee Co.

“There will be something for everybody,” said Jared Bowles, marketing and sponsorship coordinator.

Plus, there will be on-site beer and wine sales.

“The great part about Deer Lake Park is the whole site is licensed,” Bowles noted, adding that will give people the freedom to buy their drink and move around the site, rather than being forced to stay in a fenced beer garden.

While music-lovers are enjoying performances by Begonia, Amythyst Kiah, Nikki Lane, The Suffers, The Rural Alberta Advantage and headliners Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats, they can also browse the on-site artisan market and shop for a variety of wares.

Don’t forget to also bring your own water bottle; there will be filling stations on the festival grounds, and you’ll want to stay hydrated – especially if the weather’s sunny.

Check out www.burnabybluesfestival.ca for all the festival and site details to make your plans ahead of the day.

 

 

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