Eat Street brings together music and food

Eat Street is a fundraiser for the École Sir James Douglas School parent advisory council.

Talk about soul food.

École Sir James Douglas School and Rock the Shores are joing forces in a unique fundraiser that combine both music and food.

Eat Street is a fundraiser for the school’s parent advisory council and a preview of the food vendors for the music festival.

On Thursday (June 11) from 5 to 7:30 p.m., five food trucks – Taco Justice, Pizzeria Prima Strada, Melt Truck, L’Authentique Poutine & Burger and Coast Lunchbox – will set up shop at the corner of Moss Street and Thurlow Road. They’re just a small sampling of the more than 22 food and beverage vendors that will be on site for Rock the Shores 2015.

Each Eat Street food order comes with a chance to win one of four weekend passes to Rock the Shores.

The fourth annual Rock the Shores music festival – featuring Jane’s Addiction, The Black Keys, Bleachers and more – runs July 18 and 19 in Colwood.


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