Food truck festival (special discount)!

Although there have been crazy rumors that the gourmet food truck phenomenon is ready to bust. We here in the San Gabriel Valley are just starting to get a taste, especially since it’s rare that one of those big-name trucks make regular appearances in our neck of the woods.

Luckily, there have been enough outcries and great supporters that have rallied to bring food trucks to the area, most recently the Irwindale Speedway held a food truck festival and now it’s Santa Anita racetrack’s turn.

This Saturday, Jan. 29, get your grub on at the tracks’ first Food Truck Festival being held from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., coinciding with one of the tracks big season races – Sunshine Millions.

The festival will feature about 20 of some of the hottest gourmet food trucks in Southern California as well as a wine tent and gastropub, and a special performance by the Spazmatics – all taking place in the infield, literally in the center of all the racing action.

The Grilled Cheese Truck, Border Grill, Ragin’ Cajun and Lobsta Truck are just a few trucks to feast at during the festival. Unlike other food truck festivals, there is no need to buy tickets separately before ordering food at the trucks. Each truck will take orders and payments individually on the spot. Wine and drinks will work the same.

Tickets are $12 in advance which includes parking, entrance, race program and everyone in attendance will get an 18-pack cooler bag. Tickets at the door are $12 but do not include parking ($4). If you pay for the park entrance only, there will be a separate $5 fee to enter the festival area.

For racing fans, gates open at 10 a.m. and first post time is 11:30 a.m. For more information on the race, visit or call (800) 574-6401.

**DISCOUNT** – As a special incentive for San Gabriel Valley residents, Santa Anita is offering a $2 discount with special code SG News when purchasing tickets at The code is only valid until Friday, Jan. 28, so go get your $10 tickets now!

For more information about the festival, visit

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  1. NIckIt was tough for me to kinda of root against them in this sereis but I felt Dallas was better and I would love for Dirk, Jason, and Shawn Marion (loved him with the Suns my other fav team) to get a ring; knowing OKC will have many more opportunities. Seattle definitely got screwed and I wish they were still there, too. Im actually looking forward to the next great Celtic run/rebuild, after the big three retire, and think that if we can somehow build with FA signings, trades (not for a while as we dont have much other than Green or Davis if he signs and then would agree to a trade) and drafting smartly (again, gotta lose a whole lot games to be in the top 3 lottery teams, which I hope doesnt happen) we might avoid the 3-4 year run as a lottery team. Teams are following OKCs model (Kings for example) if they suck so they dump players and lose games to rebuild, but I think, and certainly hope, that Bostons tradition, banners, style, and all will be enough that we can attract some major FAs (DH would be great but I think he wants to go to LA, but with Brown as the coach now, maybe not?) rebuild quickly as opposed to sucking for several years. For me, its kind of like going through all the great Celtic groups and their title runs. I cant get enough and enjoy each new one. Besides, Im getting tired of watching PP because his skill level is ebbing. Hes still very good but hes been a Celtic forever it seems. Go Cs

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