From Staff Reports

Corsicana Main Street’s Food Truck Friday returns this week on May 5 with a Cinco de Mayo celebration. The event is held every first Friday of the month in the parking lot behind Brick Streets Brewery, located at 224 E. Fifth Avenue. This month’s event will have a grand stage with local musician Veronica Reyes opening from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Corsicana High School’s World Dance class will perform at 7:30 p.m. and the band, Grupo Contagio, will perform after until 9 p.m.

Fannin Elementary Art Department will have special art projects on display for the community to enjoy. Free kid’s activities will be offered including a face painter, bounce house, and more. Brick Streets Brewery will be open from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. with handcrafted beers on tap and the Corsicana Opry will have open mic karaoke starting at 7 p.m.

Food Truck Friday from past months. Photo courtesy of Corsicana Main Street

“I am excited to see this event be such a success for our community to enjoy. I hope everyone will come out and have fun at this month’s special celebration,” says Amy Tidwell, Main Street Director.

Corsicana Main Street began the Food Truck Friday in April 2022 and since then the event became an instant hit in the community with anywhere from 500 to 2,000 people in attendance. This month, you can expect 11 food trucks in attendance including: Alma’s Street Tacos, Taco Station, Rooster and the Dove, Tomasa’s Tamales, Brats N Tots, Rachele’s Filipino Kitchen, Sno Biz – Dallas, C&S Baking Co, Boudreaux’s Rollin’, Shake the Bone and Amazin’ Grazin’ BBQ. Food Truck Friday is every first Friday and will continue through the Summer for June and July.

For questions on Food Truck Friday or any events downtown, please contact Amy Tidwell at 903-654-4851 or

*Photos courtesy of Corsicana Main Street

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