GOODS: Food Trucks & Local DJs Pair Up For Eats And Beats Under Granville Bridge

February 15, 2013.
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The GOODS from Edible Canada

Vancouver, BC | Edible Canada is thrilled to unite Vancouver’s current food and music cultures to bring our city the inaugural Street Eats & Beats : Festival Under the Bridge. Taking place on February 22 & 23, this exciting evening food and drink festival under Granville Bridge will be the first of its kind in Vancouver, with a line up of Vancouver’s popular food trucks anchoring amidst the culture of Granville Island’s vivacious Winterruption festival. The lineup of talent has been confirmed. Get all the details on the good eats, sips and beats after the jump…

– EATS –

Le Tigre
Mogu
Fresh Local Wild
Mom’s Grilled Cheese Truck
Re-Up BBQ
Varinicey Pakoras

– SIPS –

Granville Island Brewing
Sumac Ridge Wines

– BEATS –

DJ Freelance (Friday & Saturday night)
Kosta Sax (Friday night 8pm-11pm)
Pher Percussionist (Friday night 8pm-11pm)
Buddha Sax (Saturday night 8pm-11pm)
Nimal Percussionist (Saturday night 8pm – 11pm)

Guests will be nestled under the expansive bridge for a night of dining, drinks, DJ’s, live music, and mingling. Included in the admission price are two beverage tickets and six bites tickets for our featured food trucks.

The groundbreaking Street Eats & Beats : Festival Under the Bridge is shaping up to be Vancouver’s hottest outdoor party since the Winter Olympics!

Tickets are selling quickly. Join us and your community to celebrate vibrant Canadian culture, Vancouver style!

TICKETS: Single tickets are $30 each per night. Group tickets are available in packs of 10 for $250. Ticket admission includes 2 drink tickets and 6 food bites from our guest food trucks. Additional food and drink tickets are available for purchase on site. Tickets will be available at entrance ONLY if there are any remaining.

Visit festivalunderthebridge.eventbrite.ca for ticket purchases.

WHERE: Granville Island, under the Granville Bridge

WHEN: February 22 & 23, 2013? | 6pm – 12am

NOTE: All ages event! Two pieces of government-issued ID are required for beverage purchases. 100% Non Smoking event. No In & Out privileges. No Refunds. There is an ATM at Event entrance

Email events@ediblecanada.com or telephone 604.558.0040 (ext. 101) for more information.

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