Rhode Island's beloved Food Truck Fridays event is coming back to the carousel village at Roger Williams Park for it's 9th season and fans can't wait.

After a very blah winter, people are ready to be back outdoors and soaking up the sunshine, which is exactly what they can do this Friday April 14, when this popular food truck night returns.

The 2023 season will run just as they have in the past. An open to all food truck night from 5 P.M. - 8 P.M. where the carousel is spinning, the train rides are rolling and the all-abilities Hasbro's Boundless playground is open.

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Families come hungry and everyone leaves happy, because they have so many meal options to pick from. The event does not require a ticket to get in, just pay for what you eat and drink at the 15 food trucks on hand serving delicious dinners and desserts to the crowd.

Trinity Brewhouse will also be set up serving beer and wine and each food truck accepts cash, credit and debit.

This season there are also several live music nights planned, including this Friday's kickoff night. Newport artist Bob Tomassone will be playing his guitar and entertaining the diners, with more music night planned throughout the summer

So bring your blanket and your appetite to enjoy a night at the park, as the first Food Truck Friday of the 2023 season kicks off this Friday from 5 P.M. - 8 P.M.

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