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Sunday February 7th, 2016 5:37AM

Food trucks return to Suwanee

By Staff
SUWANEE - Food trucks are set to roll back in to Suwanee's Town Center beginning in April. <br /> <br /> On the first Friday of the month through October, except for July, a variety of vendors will offer food truck fare from 5:30-9:30 p.m. Live music will be performed on the Town Center stage beginning at 7:30.<br /> <br /> On Friday, April 4, the tentative food truck line-up includes Champion Cheesesteak, The Fry Guy, Happy Belly, Ibiza, Mac the Cheese, Sweet Auburn's BBQ, Tracey's Treats, and Yumbii. Different food trucks will be represented each month.<br /> <br /> Bluegrass musicians from Everett's Music Barn, which is celebrating its 50th year, will perform April 4.<br /> <br /> "Food Truck Fridays were among our most popular events last year," says Suwanee Events Manager Amy Doherty. "Good food, good music, good fun
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