Food Truck Fridays in Rock Falls

Friday, May. 03, 2019 10:30 am until Friday, May. 03, 2019 9:00 pm
Food Truck Fridays in Rock Falls

May-August - every 1st Friday

Food Truck Fridays is Back! Your favorite Chew with a View will kickoff Friday, May 3rd. Then it's every first Friday -- June 7, July 5, and August 2.

Food and live music - New in 2019, evening events 5-9 p.m.

Food Truck Fridays on the Rock Falls riverfront is one of the best ways to spread the word about all the amazing food options available in the Sterling/Rock Falls area. Have lunch and enjoy live music and the gentle breeze coming from the Rock River. Relaxing in the park on a summer afternoon and enjoying a delicious lunch from local vendors while listening to great local musicians is the ideal way to end your work week! New for 2019 is the addition of evening events that run from 5-9 pm. 

Where is this wonderful thing?

Find Food Truck Fridays at Run, Bike & Walk Park in Rock Falls, IL is the perfect sort of event to bring your friends, family or co-workers and just have an afternoon (and evening!) outside with some great company, great music, and amazing food.

Contact Rock Falls Tourism at the link at the top of this event.

Special fun during this event:

Bring your favorite game to play with your friends and family, or play something we’ve got. This event will feature a mobile escape room from Mobile Room Escape, from 5p-8p, with a super hero theme! Figure out the clues, answer the riddles, find the keys and restore justice to the town of Justopolous. $15/person, teams allowed up to 12 people. There are only 6 group spots available so get your friends together and sign up soon! Contact [email protected] or call 815-622-1106. There will also be live music for all to enjoy. Music that night provided by Robbie LeBlanc.

Please note: From 2-5 pm vendors and merchants will break and return from 5-9.

 

 


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