GREENVILLE, NC— Think food, hula hooping, dancing, and lots of family fun. National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and public camaraderie to make our cities safer, better places to live. The 32nd annual National Night Out is being held on Tuesday, August 4, and the Greenville Police Department and Uptown Greenville are joining forces to celebrate the day with a Street Food Festival.

The Street Food Festival will kick off at 5pm at Five Points Plaza in Uptown Greenville. As this will be Uptown Greenville’s third annual Street Food Festival, attendance is expected to be the biggest it has ever been. A variety of food will be offered at the event including tacos, dumplings, pizza, cupcakes and so much more. Festivalgoers should also be prepared to hit the dance floor with beats from local DJ, B. Paiz.

Attendees will be able to feast on great offerings from the following food vendors: Chriba Chirba Dumplings out of Durham, Cold Stone Creamery, Wandering Moose from Raleigh, En Fuego Wood Fired Pizza, Tula’s Fish and Chips, Eat Roadkill, Mustache Mike’s Italian Ice, Funky Fresh Food Truck, Villa Verde, Charlie’s Kabobs on Wheels, Blackbeard Coffee Roasters, Wingski’s, Sweet Traditions by LeAne, S’up Dogs, and 2 Brothers Italian Ice.

Plan on eating dinner at the National Night Out Street Food Festival on Tuesday, August 4th and stand in solidarity with your community in the fight against crime. The food promises to be scrumptious and the company, wonderful. Good eats, great community, games and fun on the streets of Uptown Greenville; we’ll see you there!

For more information, contact Uptown Greenville at or (252) 561-8400.