September is right around the corner, and you don't want to miss out on the best party of the year, do you?

That's right, Street Eats and Beats is back for 2021!

Get ready for all the food trucks, cold drinks, and live music you could want to make it an event you'll never forget.

It all goes down noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, September 11, at Thompson's Point in Portland.

Tickets for Street Eats and Beats, brought to you by Bath Iron Works, are on sale right now, and you can purchase them right here.

Enjoy eats from local and visiting food trucks, Grainger's Deluxe Organic Vodka & Allen's Cold Brew, ice-cold beer from Nonesuch River Brewing, wine, delicious food, and great live music.

VIP tickets are sold out, but you can still get general admission tickets for $18.

Those tickets are running out, so don't wait to purchase. This is a 21+ event, no children or pets please.

And get excited for Hello Newman and Girls Just Want to have fun on the AAA Travel Stage.

Help support the Portland Firefighters Children's Burn Foundation

What better way to get back to normal than with good food, good beer, good music and good vibes! We can't wait to see you at Street Eats and Beats!

Check out Street Eats and Beats on Facebook and Instagram.

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