Do you speak French? Well, we do but it might not be what you're thinking. Arizona's fry festival is happening this spring and it'll have insane creations that we're dying to try. Are you ready for a little French action?
The Fried Festival is back for the second time ever serving up a variety of food and music. You and your friends can score a $10 ticket online and if they're not sold out, $15 ones at the gate.
It'll be held at Margaret T. Hance Park in Phoenix on Saturday, April 18 from noon to 8 p.m.
From pizza and dessert fries to poutine, this fest will have an assortment of fry creations.
You can also expect live music from local Indie bands, beer and wine vendors, lawn games, and more.
Instead of buying full-sized portions, you can opt for samples instead. Each vendor will be dishing out sample sizes ranging between $2 to $3.
If you have a pooch under 25 pounds, you'll be able to bring them along for this potato-inspired fun as long as they remain on a leash.
Vendors for this year's event are still being determined, but last year, there were 19 of them dishing out real tasty eats.
Some of them included Frites Street, Provecho, Quattro Pazzi, and Merkin Pizza Wagon.
It's recommended to bring cash but if you want to use your card, there will be ATMs on site.
On top of the delectable thin cut potatoes, you can snack on ice cream, shaved ice, churros, and donuts too.
Last year, there was even a huge box of fries that you could pose with. Whether you're a fried food lover or not, this is the perfect fest to go to if you're a fry lover.
Price: $10 per person online or $15 at the gate
When: Saturday, April 18 from noon to 8 p.m.
Address: 1202 N. 3rd St., Phoenix, AZ
Why You Need To Go: You can indulge in all the fries you want with your friends.
The cover photo on the left was taken from Elbows Mac N' Cheese's Instagram page. Narcity has reached out to confirm that they'll be present at the event.