Fireworks, food trucks and live music are on tap Saturday evening, June 30, during “Rock Out the Quarry,” a pre-Fourth of July festival being held from 6 to 11 p.m. at Quarry Park, 2450 Reynolds Park Road, Winston-Salem.

Music will be provided by Darryl Little & Friends, and ten food trucks are signed up to participate: Zekos 2 Go, Wingz and Thyngz, Off the Hook, Manna, King-Queen Haitian Cuisine, Gunny Smitty’s Hotdogs, Spice Delight Mobile Café, Sunset Slush, Kona Ice, and Cherries On Top.

Attendees should bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit on. Overflow parking with shuttles will be available at the William R. Anderson Jr. Recreation Center, Reynolds Park Golf Course, Salem Lake and the Emmanuel Baptist Church parking lot at 1075 Shalimar Drive.

The access road to Quarry Park is on Reynolds Park Road next to the William R. Anderson Jr. Recreation Center. Construction of replacement bridges on Reynolds Park Road is completed and the road is now reopened to through traffic between Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and Peachtree Street.

Rock Out the Quarry is being presented by Winston-Salem Recreation and Parks, the Winston-Salem Community Development Department and the Winston-Salem Police Department.

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