Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Be the king or queen of Night Market

The king or queen of Night Market is entitled to cut the line (no waiting!) and get free food for two at more than 20 Night Market picks. And there's a crown, of course.

Be the king or queen of Night Market

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Night Market is a roving street fair celebrating the city´s ethnic restaurants, gourmet food trucks and coolest neighborhoods from the people who brought you Headhouse Farmer´s Market. (Photo: Dave Tavani)
Night Market is a roving street fair celebrating the city's ethnic restaurants, gourmet food trucks and coolest neighborhoods from the people who brought you Headhouse Farmer's Market. (Photo: Dave Tavani)

Thursday night - Aug. 15 from 6 to 10 p.m. - nine blocks of South Street (from Front to Ninth) will be closed for Night Market.

Expected are 80 food trucks and ethnic and regional restaurants, plus more than a dozen local bands, artists and circus performers.

Sponsor The Food Trust is offering a chance to be Night Market royalty. The king or queen of Night Market is entitled to cut the line (no waiting!) and get free food for two at more than 20 Night Market picks. And there's a crown, of course.

The sweepstakes is open to anyone who contributes to Food Trust here.

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Contest ends Wednesday.

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