The Clermont Downtown Partnership continues to host exciting new Downtown Clermont First Friday Food Truck events with the next one planned for Friday night, January 4 from 5:30 pm to 9 pm. With a live band, food trucks, special vendors for shopping, entertainment, a Kid’s Zone, a Rock Climbing Wall and vintage cars, there will be something for everyone! Plus, many of the downtown shops will remain open late.

Awesome Music, Entertainment, Food & Fun! The nationally respected Eric Von Band will be featured with a free concert in City Hall Park. Bring your sweaters, blankets and lawn chairs. Over one dozen delicious food trucks and assorted popular vendors will be on the downtown Clermont streets. Many area Clermont Downtown Partnership stores will remain open late that evening until 9 pm. Confirmed food trucks include: Ritter’s Frozen Custard / Ice Cream, Something Cheesy, 900 Degreez Pizza, The Big Hot Box, Up In Smoke BBQ, Box On The Road, Willy T’s Crabshack, Cactus Azul, Big Belly’s, London Fishery, Bobbi’s Roti, Jewel’s Café, Adler’s Burgers and Stars & Stripes. This event is sponsored by the Clermont Downtown Partnership and the City of Clermont.

Based in both Orlando and Nashville, Eric Von has opened concert performances for Kenny Chesney, Miranda Lambert, Jake Owen, Aaron Tippin, Casey James, and John Anderson. Von plays regularly at Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville at Universal City Walk and numerous Nashville’s Broadway locations

Clermont Downtown Partnership is a 501-c-6 not for profit business association with members dedicated to revitalizing the Historic Downtown District. Art and music events currently held Downtown are making a positive impact in the community. Most Downtown events, such as the weekly Sunday Farmer’s Market, monthly First Friday events, Harvest Festival and the annual Downtown Clermont Art Festival are free to the public and are always very family oriented.

For more information about the Clermont Downtown Partnership and this event, contact Sandy Farnsworth at: or: 352-617-8788. Visit:  For more information on the Eric Von Band, visit:

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