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SEE & DO: Food-O-Rama

A moveable feast in Old Fourth Ward Park April 29

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The third annual Food-O-Rama food truck festival is back and better than ever!
 

What better way to spend a spring afternoon than by eating great food and dancing to live music? The third annual Food-O-Rama food truck festival is back and better than ever! Located in the Old Fourth Ward Park adjacent to the BeltLine, the moveable feast will feature award-winning food trucks from all over the Southeast, along with live music from local bands. A total of 30 vendors will be selling small dishes of foods from a diverse array of cultures, and six different bars will serve up local beer and cocktails. There is no entry fee for this event, and all ages are welcome.

Free. 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Sun., April 29. Historic Old Fourth Ward Park, 680 Dallas St. 404-819-0697. www.foodoramaevents.com/o4w

 

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