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Fargo Food Truck Festival kicks off at Red River Valley Fairgrounds

The festival has returned for its ninth annual event at the Red River Valley Fairgrounds. The festival is set to begin on Friday, Aug. 12 and runs through Sunday, Aug. 14.

Customers visit Taco Bros. food truck
Customers gather for food at Taco Bros. food truck in downtown Fargo.
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WEST FARGO — Fargo's "flavor-ite" event has returned. The ninth annual Fargo Food Truck Festival is slated for this weekend, running Friday, Aug. 12 through Sunday, Aug. 14 at the Red River Valley Fairgrounds, 1805 Main Avenue West, West Fargo.

Nearly 20 food vendors will be on-site with free inflatables and a full cash bar.

"We have vendors coming from all corners of North Dakota, the Lakes Area, Britton, South Dakota and even Minneapolis." said event organizer Mike Schmitz.

Admission is $3, kids 10 and under get in free.

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The event kicks off at 11 a.m. Friday, with free lunch admission until 1 p.m. The day will feature a Sweet Tooth Taste Test and the Foodie Eating Challenge at 7 p.m.

Saturday events include the Bloody Mary Match-up and the Corgi Butts. The event will also host corgi races at 3 p.m.

A Makin' Bacon Challenge is set for Sunday, with the festival closing at 6 p.m.

TNT Kid's Fitness and Gymnastics are the event's charity partner. The group will be running a pop and water stand. Half of the proceeds will benefit their organization.

For more information visit, 701FoodTrucks.com or check out their Facebook page.

Related Topics: RED RIVER VALLEY FAIRFOOD
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