Annual Kearny food truck, craft beer festival moves indoors

Rainy weather doesn't need to spoil your weekend.

Rainy weather doesn’t need to spoil your weekend.

NJ Street Feast, an indoor food truck festival and fundraiser for the Kearny Policemen’s Benevolent Association, is coming to Kearny Point on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. 

The event, which will feature plenty of food, craft beer, and music, will raise money for the PBA’s participation in the annual Tour de Force NY charity bicycle race. There will also be rides for children and a popup marketplace. Live music includes The Benjamins, who perform over 300 shows a year, and Strive, a hard rock band from North Jersey. 

The craft beer lineup includes Carton Brewing, Magnify, Icarus, Backward Flag, Brix City, Brotherton, Three 3’s, Dark City, Alementary, and Bolero Snort.

The food truck lineup includes Carnivale Donut Bar, Waffle de Lye, Amanda Bananas, The Outslider, 1 Potato Two, The Tot Cart, DUBpies, Falafull NYC, Mexi Flip Taco Truck, Pizza Vita, and Wild Bills Soda among others. 

Those attending are advised to have their ID at all times. The event is pet friendly but animals must be on a leash at all times.

Kearny Point is located at 78 John Miller Way in Kearny.

General admission is $5, while VIP all access is $50. The event will be held at the annex building attached to 78 John Miller Way. Parking is available on all sides of the building and in the lot across the street. 

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