GREENVILLE, NC— Who’s Hungry?? Think street food, live music, dancing, bucket trucks, 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 city a safer, better place to live. The 34th annual National Night Out will be held on Tuesday, August 1. 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 the Five Points Plaza, on the corner of 5th and Evans in Uptown Greenville. As this will be Uptown Greenville’s fifth 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, seafood and so much more. Festivalgoers should also be prepared to shake their tail feather with beats from local DJ, B. Paiz.

Attendees will be able to feast on great offerings from all over NC from the following food vendors: Chirba Chirba, STUFT, Dustys Donuts, The Wandering Moose, Y’all Eat Yet, Tula’s Fish and Chips, Gussy’s Greek, SupDogs, Mixed Korean, Villa Verde, Tropical Delights, Shep’s Farm to Truck, Wingski’s, Baguettaboutit, Williams Catering, Skylight Inn BBQ, Chick-N-Que, Cut bait Café, Lil Baby Cakes and Kona Ice.

Plan on eating dinner at the National Night Out Street Food Festival on Tuesday, August 1st 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 streetfood@uptowngreenville.com or (252) 561-8400.