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Here's What You Can Eat at Shaky Knees

The music festival is this weekend in Old Fourth Ward.

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Shaky Knees Music Festival returns for its third go-round this weekend, bringing music fans and rock and roll from across the country to Old Fourth Ward's Central Park. Three days packed with music make for the main attraction, but festival-goers are bound to get hungry, and several dining options will be available on site. Below, the complete list of food trucks scheduled to show up at this year's event.

  • Pho Sho — French pastries and Vietnamese sandwiches, soups, and spring rolls.
  • Tex's Tacos — Tex-Mex cuisine such as tacos, quesadillas, and "Texicana" loaded fries.
  • On Tapa The World — Empanadas and other tapas.
  • Pero's Pizza — Pizza and traditional Italian-American fare.
  • Scratch Cuisine — Modern American fare.
  • Mac the Cheese Truck — A variety of sandwiches and macaroni and cheese bowls.
  • The Fry Guy — A selection of loaded french fries.
  • Roti Rolls — Charleston-based truck serving Asian, Indian, Caribbean, and Southern fusion in wrap form.
  • The Pickle — A variety of Tex-Mex, Southern, and Cajun cuisine.
  • Brooke Lynn's Own Sticks & Cones — New York-style street food served on a stick or in a cone.
  • The Mobile Marlay — Fish and chips from The Marlay House in Decatur.
  • Sweet Auburn Barbecue — Barbecue with a Korean flair, with locations in the Sweet Auburn Curb Market and Poncey-Highland.
  • Bhojanic — Northern Indian cuisine, with locations in Decatur and Buckhead.
  • Atlanta Burger Truck — A variety of grilled burgers made with Brasstown Beef.
  • Nectar — Raw juices and other health foods.
  • The Loaded Burger — Creative takes on burgers, with toppings such as prosciutto, macaroni and cheese, and chili, and injected with a variety of sauces.
  • Bearclaw Coffee Co. — Michigan-based truck with coffee drinks and smoothies.
  • King of Pops — Atlanta's favorite popsicle purveyor.
  • Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q — Texas-style barbecue from the iconic Candler Park restaurant.

The action kicks off at noon on Friday and runs through 10:30 p.m. on Sunday. Tickets are still available at the Shaky Knees website. See the festival map below.

Shaky Knees Music Festival map

[Shaky Knees/Official]

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