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Local Food Trucks (and Lots of Alt Rock) at That Damn Show 2013 in Mesa on April 20

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The season for food trucks is going to come to an end pretty soon here. Sad, but true. So before the sun drives us all inside for several months, why not indulge not only in some great outdoor dining from street-food vendors, but also in a day-long celebration of music. Loud rock music, for that matter.

See also: - New Times and KUKQ Present: That Damn Show 2013, with Bad Religion, Awolnation, The Faint, and More

On Saturday, April 20 KUKQ and New Times will sponsor That Damn Show 2013. In addition to bringing Bad Religion and The Faint to the Valley, the festival also will include a big lineup of food trucks.

The event will take place at the Mesa Amphitheater with performances from Bad Religion, AWOLNATION, The Faint, Face to Face, Fenix*TX, Katastro, Passafire, HB Surround Sound, The Veragroove, Bend Sinister, Nomada, and Bad Lucy starting on the main stage at noon.

The food trucks at the event will include:

Tickets to the event cost $35 a person and can be purchased online at Ticketfly.

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