You have heard about the "Eats", now check out the "Beats" you will be catching this Saturday on the Bangor Waterfront!

Everyone is super pumped for this weekends Beats & Eats Food Truck Festival in Bangor, temps are expected to be around 80 degrees, so eating, drinking, and dancing are are a must. Before we remind you about the food & beverage part, let's break down the tunes.

In the Lunch Session from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., The Dom Colizzi Band will perform. Dom is a singer/songwriter, and native of Oakland, Maine, who has been doing his thing in Nashville, Tennessee, and has been extremely successful with his laid back country pop sound.

During the Dinner Session from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., The Altar Boys will give ya a little bit of rock, and a little bit of roll! The singer and bass player is a Bangor legend, and a good buddy of mine. Mike Steller has played in bands in the area for years, including the iconic Shy Boy. The guitarist, Bill Pierce, is hands down, one of the best players around, bar none. These guys really know how to perform. so you should definitely check them out this Saturday.

Okay, so that covers "The Beats", but about those "Eats" again:

Check out this impressive list of food trucks:

· 2 Feet Brewing
· Crepes Elizabeth
· Swamp Yankee BBQ
· Spencer’s Ice Cream
· Melt Food Truck
· Pinky D’s Poutine Factory
· Pompeii Pizza
· Wander Lust Coffee
· BBQ Betty’s Food Truck

Of course you will want to wash it down with Sam Adams Summer Ale, Sam’s Wicked Easy, and for the IPA lovers, Sam’s wicked hazy, some light domestic beers, wine, Truly Seltzers, Angry Orchard Cider, and a vodka Blueberry Shrub, a cocktail from by DogFish Brewing.

Tickets only 10 bucks each - Get tickets here or at Damon’s Beverage in Downtown Bangor

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