Quincy Food Truck & Music Festival to take place Saturday, Oct. 1

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Quincy Food Truck & Music Festival to take place Saturday, Oct. 1

EAT, DANCE & ENJOY on Saturday, October 1st from noon – 6 pm for the City of Quincy‘s annual Food Truck & Music Festival.

Eats from Local Food Trucks:

(Food Trucks subject to change)

  • Ellies Treats
  • Lolly Jolly WafflesTrolly Dogs
  • Uncle Joey’s Cannoli
  • Loco Larry’s Tacos
  • Bon Me
  • Aahhh Roma
  • Blacks Creek BBQ
  • Montilios Pizza/Desserts
  • What’s Up Cupcake
  • South Shore Taco Guy
  • Thyme Traveling
  • Local Motion rice bowls/melts and more
  • Rockin Burgers
  • Wanderlust
  • Whoopie Pie Truck
  • Lobster Love
  • Moms on the Go
  • Mamma Deb’sCheesy Chicks
  • Away Cafe
  • Gonzalez
  • Ja Patty Jamaican
  • Sufra Mediterranean
  • Revelry

Bands & Entertainment:

Noon ~ 12:45

Bren Ryan, Meg Ryan & Jessie Stiglich: Brendan Ryan is a singer/songwriter from Wollaston. With 10+ years of playing and writing, Brendan has been featured on a wide variety of platforms from being featured as a contestant on NBC’s The Voice to composing original compositions for clients such as Progressive Insurance and NBC’s Saturday Night Live. With a diverse mix of catchy originals and jukebox/recognizable covers from all decades, Brendan’s act aims to have its audience on their feet with a melody to sing along.

1:05 ~ 1:50


2:15 ~ 3:00

Joe Bargar and the Soul Providers with special guest Jess Bargar

Blues, Soul and R&B

3:20 ~ 4:05

Through the Doors Band

Through The Doors is a Multi-media Tribute to Jim Morrison and The Doors and has been touring since 1980. This re-creation of the sound, look and “feel” of an actual Doors concert is so complete, it never ceases to startle even the seasoned crew!

4:45 ~ 6:00

The Dirty Water Dance Band

Formed in 2016, The Dirty Water Dance Band has been entertaining the Cape and South Shore with their own musical style they’ve dubbed: “Dirty Reggae Soul”! This 6-piece ensemble combines soulful vocal harmonies with funky reggae grooves and gritty guitar riffs for a high energy take on the best classic reggae, soul and rock covers… sure to please people of all ages!

Kids Entertainment:

Noon ~ 12:45

Magician & Mentalist George Saterial

1:00 ~ 1:45

Phillip Alexander Music

3:00 ~ 3:45

Through Me To You

4:00 ~ 4:45

Stacey Peasley

Location of all events and food trucks is Coddington Street from Quincy High School to Thomas Crane Library and at Coddington Building.

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