Food trucks and live music will come together for a new event at Rose Music Center this weekend.
The City of Huber Heights presents the first Bites In The Heights food truck event at Rose Music Center on Saturday, Sept. 21 from 11 a.m. –7 p.m. The event will feature live music and dozens of food trucks dishing out a variety of delicacies.
Admission is free.
Here is who is serving and who is entertaining:
LIST OF PARTICIPATING FOOD TRUCKS:
All-American Burgers with a twist.
Chicago-style hot dogs, gyros and more
Burgers, pork, steak and chicken from locally raised ingredients.
Thai cuisine including fried rice, Pad Thai, egg rolls, pot stickers and more.
Made-to-order gourmet burgers and fresh hand-cut fries.
Authentic Hungarian Cabbage Rolls from a recipe handed down through generations.
Authentic Mexican favorites with an American touch. Homemade chips, hard shells and salsa.
Serves hot dogs, burgers, sandwiches, salads, smoothies and more.
Freshly made all beef hot-dog combinations and tater tots.
Family meals and sweet treats.
Two local families from Enon and Beavercreek specializing in Cheezy Comfort Cuisine.
Homemade desserts including gourmet cupcakes, cupcake sundaes and brownie sundaes, and gourmet caramel and chocolate apples.
Fresh made-to-order wraps, hamburgers, hot dogs, and delicious homemade sides.
Pork served in a variety of ways, from sandwiches, to quesadillas, to nachos.
Specializing in a wide variety of food options from burgers, to quesadillas, to wraps and salads.
Southwestern style pulled pork, ribs and fried veggies.
Offering flavors from around the world and specializing in Latin Cuisine.
Funnel cakes, deep-fried Snickers and Oreos, fresh-squeezed lemonade, fries and corn dogs.
Specializing in gourmet Croquettes, homemade chips and homemade soft pretzel bites. Top-sellers are the Reuben Croquettes or the Smoked Gouda Mac & Cheese Croquettes.
Burgers and fries
Speedy, authentic Jamaican Jerk cuisine.
Gourmet sandwiches and fries, salads and more.
Menu items include sliders, street tacos, loaded nachos, fries, crepes and more.
Tacos, quesadillas, salads, guacamole, nachos and burritos made with fresh ingredients.
Gourmet sliders, salads, fries and more.
Serving red-skinned smashed potato bowls with your choice of smoked brisket, pulled pork, grilled chicken and more as toppings.
LIVE MUSIC PROVIDED BY:
11 a.m. – MOIRA
12:45 p.m. – The Pullouts
2:30 p.m. – M. Ross Perkins
4:15 p.m. – Grenades!?
6 p.m. – Brothers in Arms Band
ABOUT THE BANDS
Brothers in Arms Band originates from Dayton. The band began their journey in 1992 with founding members, twin brothers, Bryan and Brad Knapp. The line-up of the band has changed over time, but the current line-up has been in tact since 2005. The band consists of lead singer and lead guitar player Craig Brooks, supported by Bryan Knapp on drums and percussion, Brad Knapp on bass guitar and backup vocals and Sean Marrujo on rhythm guitar and backup vocals. The foursome is driven by influences favoring classic rock and the soulful, full-bodied arrangements of southern rock.
Led by singer-songwriter Scott Houchens, The Pullouts are a five-piece band from Dayton. With two album releases of original material under their belt, the band’s focus is piano-rock and includes flavors of country and pop. The band performs original music and covers during live shows. The band is currently working on a follow-up to 2017's "Knights of the Morning After," aiming for a spring 2020 release.
Grenades!? delivers fast-paced rock songs with a throwback sound. Founding members Mike Patak, Daniel Madero and Andrew Chenault collaborated and created the foundation, and Josh Moody and Tyler McKinley round out the five-some.
The Cincinnati-based dream-pop trio has been crafting meticulously layered soundscapes since their formation in 2015. Haunting vocals, hypnotic piano, and intricate rhythms sprinkled with carefully crafted electronic elements build into a whirlwind of sound that is unique. Formerly of Vanity Theft, lead vocalist and pianist Alicia Grodecki is backed by a rhythm section consisting of Aaron Hardy and Patrick Hague. The trio is currently touring in support of their debut EP, “Asleep/Repeat/Awake,” while simultaneously writing and recording their sophomore release.
M. Ross Perkins, a neo-psychedelic pop/rock musician from Dayton, delivers music reminiscent of 60s and early 70s pop.
WANT TO GO?
What: Bites in the Heights
When: Saturday, Sept. 21, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Where: Rose Music Center, 6800 Executive Blvd., Huber Heights