Your Guide To Columbus Food Truck Festival 2017

Whether you prefer a jamboree or a hootnanny, Food Truck Fest 2017 is definitely going to be one lit ruckus of food, family, and fun.

Dear foodies and grubettes, that special time of year is finally upon us. When the best of the best of Columbus food trucks wheel up to an open ground and display their finest food wares for all. Think Burning Man but with a lot more tummy rubbing satisfaction and a heck of a lot more heart burn. The 7th Annual Food Truck Festival promises to be a good one.

All of the city’s old favorites return with a couple new kids on the block to add that extra pinch of competition to the recipe. This year the festival will be at The Bicentennial Park & Scioto Mile from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday 18 and Saturday 19. Enjoy the very best of the city’s mobile kitchens while rocking out to some pretty great live acts.

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The Line-Up

Bicentennial Stage— Friday, August 18

Cousin Simple 3:30 p.m.

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Grassinine 5 p.m.

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Fo/Mo/Deep 7 p.m.

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Doc Robinson 8 p.m

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Washington Boulevard Stage— Friday, August 18

Hello Luna 4:15 p.m.

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Big Mood 5:45 p.m.

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The Winnie Cooper Project 7:15 p.m.

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The Deeptones 9:15 p.m.

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Bicentennial Stage— Saturday, August 19

The Liz Woolley Band 12:15 p.m.

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Souther 4 p.m.

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Willie Phoenix and the Soul Underground 7 p.m.

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Pop Gun 8:30 p.m.

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Washington Boulevard Stage— Saturday, August 19

The Comos 1 p.m.

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Anna & the Consequences 2:30 p.m.

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Hebdo 6 p.m.

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Montezuma 7:30p.m.

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Nick D’ & the Believers 9 p.m.

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The Food Trucks and Vendors

There will be dozens of food vendors in attendance for your tasting pleasure. Go ahead, stuff your face. Just let yourself go. The winners of the best food truck awards this year will be announced on Saturday at 3 p.m. on the Bicentennial Stage. Here are all the food trucks and vendors you can expect to taste over the weekend:

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Hot Chicken Takeover
Graeter’s
Holy Tacos
Paddy Wagon
Great Crab Cakes
Taste of Nawlins
Yumi Kettle Corn
Kinetic
Mixing Bowl
Buckeye Donuts
Red Snapper
Los Potosinos Mexican Food Truck
Big Bamboo
Campston Cuisine LLC
Iron Grill BBQ
Momma Can Cook
Story Points Friendly Food Truck
Mojo Tago
Big Mouth Eggroll
Chicky Chicky Waffles
Rolling Soul
Burrito Bus
Daves Caribbean
Late Night Slice
Loops
Hai Poke

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Meatball Mafia
Put In Your Face Cart
Rime Time Crafted Pops
Savier Street Grill
Wurst Und Bier
Phillybuster
Oh Chips
Donato’s
Johnson’s Real Ice Cream
Barroluco Argentine Comfort Food
Nico’s Street Eats
Just Jerks
Loca Sweets
Tortilla
The Cluckwagon
Cuezalas Grills
Sweet Tooth Cupzilla
Hungry Bros
Sobremesa Street Kitchen
Big Pappi BBQ
Shrimp Lips
Pizza Cottage
Juniors Tacos
Jeni’s Ice Cream
Island Noodles Tent
The Gyro Gut Cart
Pita Pockets

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Parking

Exclusive parking for the event can be found at the Veteran’s Memorial lot. You can purchase your parking voucher online ahead of time by clicking here.