Civic Center EATS keeps a community fed and vibrant

Events like Civic Center EATS allow people from all walks of life to connect with each other, helping to build a more culturally and economically vibrant downtown.

Jodi Rolland
Denver market and Colorado state president for Bank of America

Denver residents know it’s spring when the temperatures warm, the robins appear in local parks, and the food trucks come back to Civic Center Park.

Bank of America has been a strong supporter of the Civic Center Conservancy’s efforts to bring Civic Center EATS to downtown Denver’s historic Civic Center Park every summer. The ongoing culinary showcase provides an opportunity for residents, local workers and tourists to experience Civic Center’s architectural, horticultural and historic beauty as well as enjoy first-class food, listen to live music, and connect with the community.

The offerings grow every year, and this year 17 new food trucks will join the festivities, bringing the total to 69. Each EATS day will feature approximately 23- 25 trucks, with genres including Asian, BBQ, burgers, Cajun/Creole, eclectic/fusion, European, Indian, Latin, Mediterranean, pizza, sandwiches/salads, seafood, beverages and desserts. Civic Center EATS also features live, local music each day.

“We’re proud to partner with Civic Center Conservancy to keep this great workweek event as a staple in the Denver community,” said Jodi Rolland, Denver market and Colorado state president for Bank of America. “Events like Civic Center EATS allow people from all walks of life to connect with each other, helping to build a more culturally and economically vibrant downtown. We appreciate the ways that Civic Center Conservancy works to sustain Denver’s historic legacy and engage the community in fun, impactful ways.”

Civic Center EATS runs on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays 11 a.m.-2 p.m. from May 2 to Oct. 5. Event information – including the food truck lineup and live music schedule – is available here.

7/10/17

 

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