Food is a big part of Everett Fourth of July Festival (sponsored post)

With dozens of food trucks, there will be something for everyone at Legion Park!

The Fourth of July is one of the big days for food. Family favorites at the table in the backyard, picnic baskets stocked to the brim and a blanket to spread out over the main viewing spot. With the Fourth of July Festival of Everett taking place in Legion Park, you might want to save your picnic basket and get your family’s food fed with the dozens of food trucks that will line up around the park.

The best way to get to the festival is to take the bus to and from Legion Park. A shuttle service is available at Everett Community College in front of the Walt Price Fitness Center. People drop at the north end of Legion Memorial Park. When you’re ready to leave the festival, take the free bus to your car at Everett Community College. Simple, eh? The shuttle starts at 3 p.m. on July 4 and ends about 30 minutes after the fireworks end. Stay tuned for the full schedule.

So since you’re taking the shuttle, you may not want to wander around in a picnic basket complete with a selection of food and drinks plus all the things you’ll want to bring to keep the kids happy. This is where dozens of local food trucks come in. With so many sellers, there will be something to suit everyone’s taste.

Here is a list of food trucks scheduled to be in Legion Park on July 4th

1 Bliss Small Batch Creamery
2 delicious food trucks
3 delicious box food truck
4 Delfino Chicago Style Pizza
5 Gip’s Downhome BBQ
6 Mariachi Periya
7 Zaytoona
8 Wingz & Thingz
9 Pioneer Popcorn
10 Pararibas
11 Joe Perks
12 Delicious Granny

In addition to the dozens of food trucks, there will be a beer garden with adult drinks for those age 21 and older. And you don’t have to spend the day filling up on sodas and sodas. Make sure to bring water bottles. There will be a fountain that you fill with good ‘ol H2o’ so you can stay safe and hydrated.

Next Thursday we’ll sum up all the information for Everett’s Fourth of July Festival so you know what to expect to have a great time.

* The above is sponsored as part of an advertising agreement with the Everett City Office of Economic Development. All editorial content is produced by MyEverettNews.com *

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