The rock-and-roll Hot Luck food and music festival is firing things back up on Memorial Day weekend next year. The festival co-founded by Aaron Franklin announced today that next year’s multi-day celebration of cooking, eating, chilling, drinking, partying and rocking out will take place May 23-26 next year.

The festival, which includes multiple food events at day and night, along with a spate of rock and Americana live music shows around town, put its Whole Enchilada passes on sale today. The all-inclusive pass gives access to all of the events, with priority access to music shows. Whole Enchilada tickets cost $500 and can be purchased online. The festival donates a portion of all festival proceeds to The SAFE Alliance.

The festival, which is entering its third year, also announced that the opening night party at Franklin Barbecue, Hi How Are You?, Is moving from Thursday to Friday night. The fest co-founded by Mohawk owner James Moody and Feast Portland founder Mike Thelin will also be collaborating with Alamo Drafthouse on a food and film series that will hit multiple cities, with details to come.