If you were hiding under a rock last summer, you may have missed the inaugural Hot Luck food and music festival from Aaron Franklin, Mohawk owner James Moody and Feast Portland co-founder Mike Thelin. Well buckle up, because it's back for another go-round in May 2018—and tickets are already on sale.
The chef and artist lineup for the May 24-27 festival hasn't been finalized yet, but if it's anything like last year, you can expect to see big names from both the culinary and music world (we're talking Roy Choi, Andy Ricker and Tyson Cole; The Black Lips, Robert Ellis and Black Joe Lewis). Hot Luck will also be donating a portion of this year's proceeds to the SAFE Alliance, which serves the survivors of child abuse, sexual assault and exploitation, and domestic violence.
Tickets for the Whole Enchilada passes, which include entry to every event throughout the weekend, went on sale today, but you'll be paying a pretty penny for them: $616.48. If you can't shell out that kind of dough, à la carte tickets will be going on sale at a later date.