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The Cape Cod Food Truck Festival

October 5, 2013 @ 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

7$ - 10$

Food Truck Festivals of New England is pleased to announce the participating trucks rolling to town for the first-ever Cape Cod Food Truck Festival taking place at the Barnstable County Fairgrounds in Falmouth on Saturday, October 5th. The Festival will run from 11:00am-5:00pm and will feature children’s activities, sampling tables, entertainment, plus a beer and wine tent, in addition to over a dozen Food Trucks from all over the New England region.

*Participating trucks include:
Amanda’s On Wheels
Boston Super Dog
Compliments Food Truck
Daddy’s Fried Dough
Gabi’s Smoke Shack
The Pasta Pot
The Spud Stud
Sweet Tomatoes Pizza Truck
Away Café
Cape Cod Cannolis
The Cookie Monstah
Frozen Hoagies
Irie Bites
Roxy’s Grilled Cheese
Smoke Truck
Trolley Dogs

The 2013 season will also include a new, more simplified ticketing system, with wristbands for sale at a discounted price in advance online, and at select Natick Center retailers, for $7, and $10 at the festival, with $1 benefiting the American Red Cross of Eastern Massachusetts. The wristband will lower attendee’s Festival Food prices at all trucks.

All trucks will be serving small bites for wristband holders as well as full meals for all attendees. Trucks will only accept cash to speed up food lines but there will be ATMs on site. Lower-priced advance tickets, information and the most up-to-date news can be found online at www.foodtruckfestivalsofne.com or by calling (617) 782-7117.

The Barnstable County Fairgrounds is located at 1220 Nathan Ellis Highway in East Falmouth. Parking is available on-site.

*Truck lineup subject to change, with more trucks to be added closer to the date. Please check website for up-to date list the week of the festival.


October 5, 2013
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
7$ - 10$
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Barnstable County Fairgrounds
1220 Nathan Ellis Highway (Rt. 151)
East Falmouth,
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