Michigan’s Best Local Eats: Grand Blanc Food Truck Festival Returns in June with Bites and Beats

GRAND BLANC, MI — The Grand Blanc Food Truck Festival returns to Friday nights this summer.

The festival returns on Friday June 24 and will continue every other Friday for a total of four nights.

Trucks will be set up from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on the Grand Boulevard in the city’s downtown area. A musical performance will take place at Physicians Park each festival night.

It’s a family-friendly event that brings a “good vibe” to downtown Grand Blanc, Grand Blanc Assistant Manager Christina Irwin told MLive-The Flint Journal.

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13-15 local food trucks will line Grand Boulevard near businesses and restaurants, providing plenty of options for locals and visitors alike.

There is no admission fee to attend the festival.

“It created a really nice atmosphere,” Irwin said. “… It really made the whole city center really walkable.”

A full list of food trucks and concert performers will be released just before the start of each week’s event, she said.

After: Le Grand Blanc will host a new food truck festival from May 5

The first ever Food Truck Festival was held in 2017 and was held in the parking lot of Grand Blanc High School near Holly Road.

Last year, during the COVID-19 pandemic, the festival took place over four Wednesdays in August.

In 2020, the festival was canceled due to concerns over COVID-19, according to earlier reports.

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