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November 21, 2013

Franklin Square’s Brand-New Electrical Spectacle: A Holiday Light Show Welcomes Daily Food Trucks To The Mix, Through December 31

Franklin Square greets the holiday season with a brand-new holiday light show featuring 50,000 lights, recorded Christmas carols and now, daily food trucks. (Photo by J. Fusco courtesy Historic Philadelphia)

Franklin Square’s brand-new holiday light show, Electrical Spectacle: A Holiday Light Show welcomes guests for a glowing show of more than 50,000 lights, recorded holiday tunes by the Philly Pops, a 10-foot-tall kite made of lights, visits from Santa Claus and now, daily food trucks.

From 4 to 8 p.m. every day through Tuesday, December 31, the final day of the Electrical Spectacle: A Holiday Light Show (with the exception of Thanksgiving and Christmas), Philly’s finest food trucks line up to spread holiday cheer through drinks and bites for guests of the light show.

From doughnuts to grilled cheese to lobster rolls, the food trucks rolling up to Franklin Square are set to serve up sweet and savory treats of all sort.

The food truck schedule will rotate on a daily basis, and include anywhere from one to three trucks. Look forward to eats from local favorites like Sum Pig, The Tot Cart and The Cow and The Curd.

For those stopping by the light show tonight, BrazBQ, The Cow and the Curd and Undrgrnd Donut are slated to provide the eats.

In addition to the food truck fare, holiday fun in Franklin Square also means festive train rides on Saturdays and Sundays, music and games on B101 B Crew Holiday Fun Days, visits with Santa Claus and more.

For the complete schedule of holiday events in Franklin Square, check online.

And remember, admission to Franklin Square and its awesome light show is free!

Food Trucks at Franklin Square
When: Through December 31, with the exception of Thanksgiving and Christmas, 4-8 p.m.
Where: Franklin Square, 6th and Race streets
Cost: Pay as you go
More info: www.historicphiladelphia.org

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