PHOENIX (FOX 10) -- Some fine food will be on the grill during the weekend at the "Flying Burrito Festival".
During this weekend, 2nd Avenue from Van Buren to Fillmore will be completely transformed into a music and burrito utopia.
"Burritos are near and dear to Phoenicians," said Alison Sipes, Director of Events at Downtown Phoenix Inc. "There are just so many great options that we figured why not highlight those."
The Crescent Ballroom will be bringing back the Flying Burrito Festival for a second year, this time offering twice as many food trucks and more music.
"You can expect 30 different food trucks," said Sipes. "And then, we'll have four stages of music with our main act being Calixico."
The festival will begin at 4:00 p.m. and last all the way until 2:00 a.m. What people are most excited about is obviously the amazing food selection.
As a part of the event, all food trucks will have at least a sample size burrito on their menu. Sipes says all chefs are encouraged to think outside the box.
"75% of the trucks don't offer burritos at all in their normal menu," said Sipes. "Their chefs have been challenged to create something that is in line with what they will normally serve, but has to be burrito shaped or wrapped in a tortilla."
There is one truck that offers only burritos: Left Coast Burrito Company.
"I feel like this festival is made for me," said Keri Frazier. "I am a burrito truck so, I felt like of course I had to be here."
Frazier has been in the food truck business for three years, and has even participated in 2018's event. She says she plans to feed double the mouths this time around.
"I think we are going to get 400-500," said Frazier.
Left Coast is known for their fusion burritos, which is a little mix of everything. Their best seller, however, is called the Josie.
"It's a California burrito, but we've definitely upped the game from the ground up by us," said Frazier.
On Saturday, they will be selling the full Josie burrito, as well as a deep-fried miniature version. For Frazier, it's the people that keeps her going.
"I love feeding people," said Frazier. "I get a good mix of doing some really beautiful food and then meeting different people everyday."
Flying Burrito Festival