Nashville, TN: Sangria Sunday Serves Food Trucks and Karaoke

Check out The Hot Spot and other members of the Music City Food Truck Association in Sangria Sunday. / Jen Todd / The Tennessean

By Jen Todd   |  The Tennessean

Check out The Hot Spot and other members of the Music City Food Truck Association in Sangria Sunday. / Jen Todd / The Tennessean
Check out The Hot Spot and other members of the Music City Food Truck Association in Sangria Sunday. / Jen Todd / The Tennessean

Local food trucks break out the karaoke machine in the Music City Food Truck Association’s Sangria Sunday.

The first event of the newly formed organization, Sangria Sunday is Aug. 11, and features an open bar, a karaoke contest, live music and, of course, dishes straight from the trucks.

The Hot Spot, Just Like Nannie Fixed It, Paddy Boys Q to U, Two Guys in a Lunch Box, Izzie’s Ice and Yum Cakes will serve up the grub while guests get a drink from the open bar inside Salsa Puerto Rican Cuisine.

Sangria Sunday is outside of the restaurant Salsa Puerto Rican and Latin Cuisine. / Shelley Mays / The Tennessean
Sangria Sunday is outside of the restaurant Salsa Puerto Rican and Latin Cuisine. / Shelley Mays / The Tennessean

Aspiring singers can sign up for a karaoke contest at 2 p.m. to compete between the bands’ performances.

The event is from 2-8 p.m. outside of Salsa, 818 Palmer Place. For more information, call the president of the organization and owner of The Hot Spot Kenneth Robinson at 615-715-0124.

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