Food Truck Festival comes to Abbotsford and Mission

The event takes place April 4 and 18 and features about 20 trucks

Wilkyz Grill in Abbotsford is among the vendor taking part in the Fraser Valley Food Truck Festival at Abbotsford Centre on April 4.

With choices including macaroni and cheese, poutine, bannock, donuts, barbecued food, perogies and more, the Fraser Valley Food Truck Festival will bring a lot of delicious food to Abbotsford and Mission in April.

The event will be in Abbotsford on Saturday, April 4 at the Abbotsford Centre (33800 King Rd.), and in downtown Mission on First Avenue on Saturday, April 18. The events run from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Abbotsford’s event has an admission fee of $2, with children under 13 free.

About 20 food trucks will be at the events. In addition to food, there will be artisans, live music and activities.

For more information, including the complete list of vendors, visit fraservalleyfoodtruck.com

Last year’s food truck event in Chilliwack attracted close to 6,000 people over the two days of the event.

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