Eat the Street, Franklin’s food truck-themed fundraiser, returns for its fifth run Friday, May 6.

The annual event, which benefits the 21st Drug Court and attracted an estimated 10,000 attendees in 2015, will again be held at Bicentennial Park on 3rd Avenue.

See the official Eat the Street Map below and get parking suggestions.

Eat the Street Map

“Eat the Street is the largest Williamson County gathering of food trucks the Association participates in each year,” said Dallas Shaw, president of the Nashville Food Truck Association and owner of Hoss’ Loaded Burgers. “We always look forward to coming to Franklin for this great event.”

The Friday, May 6 event is from 5 – 10 p.m. For more information, visit EatTheStreetFest on Facebook  or follow on Twitter.

About 21st Drug Court
The 21st Drug Court provides a cost-effective treatment alternative to the 21st Judicial District of Tennessee’s traditional sentencing for non-violent offenders whose crimes result from drug or alcohol addiction. The 21st Drug Court works with representatives of law enforcement and the courts as participants engage in a highly supervised, two-year program. Participants accepted into the program are required and assisted by staff in securing safe and affordable housing, employment, education, and healthy relationships. For more information, please visit 21st Drug Court website  or call 615.595.7868.

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