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Food truck rally to kick off 2014 version of 'Eat Street' in Kelowna

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Last year's inaugural food truck rally outside Kelowna's Prospera Place was deemed a success.
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Kelowna’s version of Eat Street is back for a second year. And the food trucks that participate will be tempting your palette all summer long.

Continuing from the success of last year, organizers are kicking it off with a food truck rally, Wednesday, May 28 from 4 p.m. to 8p.m., featuring some of the best trucks in the Okanagan.

Delicacies from fish taco and fresh pizza to homemade burgers and desserts wil be available.

Next week's event, outside Prospera Place in downtown Kelowna, will kick off the season for food trucks parked at the location, a season that will run until mid-September.

Eat Street will feature a variety of trucks parked at the arena throughout the week and weekends.

In additon, trucks at Prospera Place, the city is also allowing more food trucks in City Park this year.

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