The Saint Paul Food Truck Festival is coming to Union Depot with over 45 different trucks!
I love to see so many different food truck festivals popping up this summer. With so many options, it’s the perfect place to take a family or have a spur of the moment date.
While it’s always fun to check out food trucks, when dozens of them converge in one place it’s something extra fun (and delicious)!
The St. Paul Food Truck Festival takes place on August 6 at Union Depot, beginning at 11 am. With over 45 different trucks scheduled, there has to be something for everyone! Live music, games, and fabulous food – sounds like the perfect day to me!
Check out more details:
The 6th annual St. Paul Food Truck Festival at Union Depot.
More than 45 food trucks will be selling their unique street eats with global flavors ranging from Spanish paella to New Zealand meat pies to Maine lobster rolls.
Handcrafted beers on tap and other beverage options will also be on the menu. Before purchasing craft beers, attendees must request a wristband at the entrance. There is no charge, but donations are welcomed and encouraged to benefit Feed My Starving Children.
The MN Lottery I’MN Stage will feature live music from local cover bands throughout the day, including Khalia & Blackwater (11 am – 2 pm), Tyte Phitt (2:30 – 5:30 pm), and Sumo Seven (6 – 9 pm).
There will be more fun on four wheels such fashion/clothing trucks, a vintage record truck, and a photo booth truck. Other activities include life-size Jenga, a mechanical bull, a bean bag toss, henna tattoo artists, and a psychic tarot reader. Bring along your four-legged friends as there will be activities for people and pups alike.
This event is free and open to the public.
For updates and more information, visit the Facebook event page.
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Laura is a former high school English teacher turned avid deal shopper following the birth of her first child. Now she’s a work-from-home mom of six which keeps her plenty busy!
Laura grew up in southern Minnesota and has called the Twin Cities home for over fifteen years. On the off chance she gets some free time you’ll find her with her nose in a book, spending time with family and friends, or enjoying a hot cup of coffee.
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