May the Sith Be With You! Food Trucks and Fun Happening in a Galaxy Far, Far Away in Coral Springs

Don’t know what a Star Wars Sith is?  Then watch this.

By Sharon Aron Baron

Local Star Wars fans will have the chance to travel to a galaxy far, far away —without leaving Coral Springs — at a special, themed Bites-N-Sips on Friday, May the Sith — or 6th.

Held at City Hall, the event titled “May the Sith” includes food trucks, cocktail stations, vendors, music, and most importantly, Star Wars-themed activities.
Guests can take part in a themed costume contest with a chance to win Disney gift cards. First and a panel of Star Wars enthusiasts will select second-place winners in both child and adult categories.

Each first-place winner will receive a $200 Disney gift card. Two second-place winners will each receive a $50 Disney Gift Card.  All contestants will receive a participation prize.

The costume contest begins at 7:15 p.m. Participants must register in advance at the City of Coral Springs orange tent from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.  Space is limited. 
Rounding out the theme, guests can also interact with roaming Star Wars characters, take part in a Chewbacca “Roar” contest, and enjoy the playing of the “Imperial March” by the Coral Springs Charter School Marching Band.

Child attendees will enjoy an inflatable AT-AT Walker obstacle course and can create an “out-of-this-world” Mother’s Day card for the special mom or mother-figure in their lives.


  • Coral Springs Charter School Marching Band
  • Everglades Squad 501st Legion
  • DJ

Food Trucks

  • Bobby’s Hot Dogs
  • Giovannis Gourmet Ice
  • Larry’s Ice Cream
  • Burga Bwoy
  • Captain Lobstar
  • Jerk It Cuisine
  • J&J Soul Food
  • OMG That’s Good
  • Pork O’Rican
  • Steve’s Wood Fire Pizza
  • Tacos Veracruz
  • Smoothie King

A Cocktail Station will be on-site, and a refillable water station will be available. Bring your own water bottle.


  • Inflatables
  • Costume Contest
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Chewbacca Roar Contest

Guests will also be invited to hitch a ride via Coral Springs’ new Rideshare program. The program will be pilot-tested at this event, offering transportation from the parking lot at the Coral Springs Center for the Arts to the event at the City Hall Lawn.

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Sharon Aron Baron

Sharon Aron Baron
Editor of Talk Media and writer for Coral Springs Talk. CST was created in 2012 to provide News, Views, and Entertainment for the residents of Coral Springs and the rest of South Florida.

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