Gary Dyer, left, Gail Latino, Al Hanser, Jeff Siwicke, Robin Cook, Phyllis Gibson and Steve Greenstein
Gary Dyer, left, Gail Latino, Al Hanser, Jeff Siwicke, Robin Cook, Phyllis Gibson and Steve Greenstein

The Sanibel Captiva Conservation Foundation has announced The Sanibel Captiva Trust Company has returned as a sponsor for the 8th Annual Beer in the Bushes scheduled from 6 to 10 p.m. April 20 on the grounds of the SCCF Nature Center, 3333 Sanibel Captiva Rd.

For the first time, the Trust Company will be the presenting sponsor of the event’s Food Truck Alley. Under the culinary direction of Catering by Leslie Adams, the Food Truck Alley will feature: 

Taco Tummy with south of the border favorites

Gator John’s BBQ for barbeque lovers

•Wicked Streatery with fresh ingredients, bold flavors and loads of creativity

Rollin’ Raw Bar serving oysters and other seafood

•The Sizzle Truck serving cheesesteaks, po boys and Greek souvlaki and salad

•Cajun Gringos serving Cajun-style beef, pork and chicken topped with pickled onions, creole and more

“We really appreciate The Sanibel Captiva Trust Company helping us present a great lineup of food trucks offering such a wide variety of options,” said SCCF Event Producer Jeff Siwicke. “This is a key part in making Beer in the Bushes such a great time for all our guests.”

It’s time to purchase tickets, which are available at beerinthebushes.com. There are a limited number of early bird tickets available at $60 each. Advance tickets are $70 each and $80 same-day tickets may be available should the event not sell out. All tickets include $10 in “TruxBux,” which are redeemable at the Food Truck Alley. 

Beer in the Bushes is a smoke-free, rain-or-shine event. Proceeds support SCCF’s mission of conserving coastal habitats and aquatic resources on the islands and the surrounding watershed. 

To learn more about the event, contact Siwicke at 239-357-0457 or jsiwicke@sccf.org or Cheryl Giattini at 239-395-2768 or cgiattini@sccf.org