CHICAGO — Food trucks are headed to the Cell Saturday.
"With the laws more favorable for food trucks, we decided to combine this with music and games for the family," said organizer Alec Blackshire.
Among the musicians slated to perform are blues singer Lori Lewis, the horns-focused 95th St. Band and DJ Lady D. There will also be a magic show.
Admission is $10, which does not include the price of food tickets or beer and wine sales. VIP tickets cost $25 and include early access into the festival, plus two drink tickets and free parking. Tickets are available online.
Kids 12 and under are free.
One dollar from every ticket sold will benefit Feed the Children, a charity that helps hungry Americans secure food through a variety of distribution programs.
The Chicago Food Truck Festival is scheduled to run from noon-9 p.m.
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