Food Trucks

Miami Heat White Hot Road Rally Tonight at American Airlines Arena

Tonight you can watch the Miami Heat finish off the Chicago Bulls at the AAA Arena. We know what you're thinking -- this is an "away" game so how are you supposed to watch it at the arena in Miami? When it's the Miami Heat White Hot Road Rally. Duh!

Starting at 7 p.m., Heat fans will be treated to a free live concert by Ludacris and performances by the Heat Dancers, Heat Mascot Burnie, DJ Irie, the Xtreme Team, and the Miami Heat Rhythm Section.

Almost two dozen food trucks will be on hand, serving up grub while you're waiting for the game to start.

At the 8:30 p.m. tip off, all eyes will be glued to the game, which will be broadcast in its entirety on the 34,000-square-foot LED screen attached to the outside of the arena. That's even bigger than the one at the sports bar.

Parking is $5 in the arena lot and no coolers or pets will be allowed. If you have a T-Mobile phone, you can get a pair of VIP tickets to the rally by showing your Sidekick to participating T-Mobile locations. For more information (including road closures) visit the Miami Heat's website.

Trucks serving at the Miami Heat White Hot Road Rally are:

CheeseMe Mobile
Churro Mania
Daddy's Grill
Dim Ssam a Gogo
Dolci Peccati
The Fish Box
The Flying Saucer
Grill Master Cafe
Jefe's Original Fish Taco
Latin Burger
Latin House Grill
The MexZican Gourmet
Miso Hungry
Mr. Good Stuff
Ms. Cheezious
Red Koi
The Rolling Stove
Sugar Rush

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Laine Doss is the food and spirits editor for Miami New Times. She has been featured on Cooking Channel's Eat Street and Food Network's Great Food Truck Race. She won an Alternative Weekly award for her feature about what it's like to wait tables.
Contact: Laine Doss