Get Trucked this Fall! Welcome to the Mobile Food Rodeo’s 1st Annual Trucktoberfest this October 3-4th. This new Northwest festival tradition brings together the best beer and food for a two-day festival at King County’s Marymoor Park in Redmond. More than 30 local craft breweries and gourmet food trucks showcase 60+ beers, paired with live music stage on a festival grounds with over 40,000 square feet of grass for the ultimate outdoor food and beverage experience.
The full food truck and beer line-up will be announced on September 10th. Musical acts and schedule will be announced on September 15th; check here for the latest line-up info. Tastes are typically 1 token each. Additional tasting tokens can be purchased at the Merchandise Booth.
This festival is a ticketed event and requires everyone to 21 years of age and admission is required at this time. The festival does offer a non-tasting ticket for those who wish to enjoy the festivities and not drink at the event for a lower admission price.
FESTIVAL DATES & TIMES
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4TH
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3RD
What About a Family-Friendly Day?
We are awaiting confirmation by the Washington State Liquor Control Board regarding a family-friendly day on Sunday, October 4th, similar to the other local bee festivals held at Marymoor Park. Stay tuned for updates and news!
ABOUT MOBILE FOOD RODEO
Welcome to the Mobile Food Rodeo, Washington’s largest food truck festival organizations showcasing Seattle’s emerging curbside culinary wonders and chef-preneurs of the Northwest.
- Taco Libre Truck Showdown | May 2016 | Fremont
- Seattle Street Food Festival | August 2016 | South Lake Union
- Trucktoberfest | October 3-4th, 2015 | Marymoor Park
Our family of festivals offer an affordable marketplace for small businesses and have been highlighted as one of the top food festival destinations in America connecting community through street food in Bloomberg Businessweek Magazine, Seattle Met Magazine, Tasting Table and Sunset Magazine.