Bring an appetite and a party spirit to Salt Lake City’s third annual Food Truck and Brewery Battle.

The all-ages bash takes place Saturday, Aug. 3, at The Gateway, 100 S. Rio Grande St.

From 4 to 10 p.m., there will be 18 food trucks serving burgers, burritos, barbecue and more.

Six of the trucks will vie for the title of Best New Food Truck in two categories. They are Balabe Senegalese Cuisine; Hayat’s Afghan Grill, Hungry Hawaiian, Raclette Machine, Sgt. Pepper’s Fat Burrito and Traditions Mobile Cafe.

Rolling in next to them will be 12 seasoned mobile food favorites: Chedda Burger, Family Squeezed Lemonade, Fatty Tuna Sushi & Ramen, Fry Me to the Moon, Havana Eats, Jamaica’s Kitchen, Mama Lau, Salty Pineapple, Shylo’s Mobile Cafe, Smokin’ Star Barbecue, Umani Pizza Truck and Yoshi’s Enso Grill.

Along with the food, 12 Utah breweries will be pouring brews for those 21 and older. Identification required. Three of Utah’s oldest producers — Squatters, Wasatch and Uinta — will be joined two of the state’s newest brewers, Level Crossing Brewing Co. and Toasted Barrel Brewery.

Kiitos Brewing, which was named “Best New Brewery” in 2018, will be pouring its Earth-friendly beers again. They will be joined by Bohemian, Epic, Hoppers, Moab, Proper and Strap Tank breweries, as well as Mountain West Hard Cider.

Guests will vote by text for People’s Choice awards, while Editors’ Choice awards will be given by The Salt Lake Tribune, one of the event sponsors, along with The Food Truck League, U92 and The Gateway. Winners will be announced at 9 p.m. on the Olympic Plaza stage.

Rounding out the party will be DJs and karaoke on two stages.

Admission is free, but bring your wallet to buy food and beer. For more details, visit the event’s Facebook page.