The festivities begin at 8 a.m., then break for a siesta at noon, then resume 4-10 p.m.

So far 8 food trucks and 8 local bands are scheduled to appear. The siesta in the middle is to allow more family-friendly events in the morning, and more adult-oriented activities in the evening.

The City of Pasco's huge trucks will be there, as will the Edith House for kids. Get your plastic hard hats like prior years. The evening will feature hot food tasting and beer/wine gardens.

Food trucks will be competing, as will the local bands for cash prizes.