Seminole Hard Rock Food Truck Round-Up Canceled for Tonight

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Update: A representative of the Seminole Hard Rock just called to tell us that last night's food truck round-up was never actually planned. June 2 and June 10 were test runs for their weekly food truck round-up idea. The June 16th round-up will mark the beginning of a weekly ritual.

Earlier this morning we had posted an article glorifying bringing you all information about tonight's weekly food truck round-up at the Seminole Hard Rock in Hollywood.

We have bad news: tonight's round-up has been canceled.

The good news? It will be back on June 16!

We're waiting to hear back from the casino about why tonight's event was canceled and we will update you as soon as we know more.

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