Full Details: 35 Food Trucks at the Mobile Food Rodeo

Get ready for the food truck festival of the year!  This Sunday, the Mobile Food Rodeo will round-up 35 food trucks just outside Fremont Studios feeding thousands of hungry Seattleites.  

Coming off a successful Mobile Food Rodeo last year, the organizers have made the event free this year making every food truck lover to enjoy more food.  Having the event free this year, lines are expected, so if you want to beat the lines, you can can purchase a VIF (Very Important Foodie) Express Badge for just $25 that supports the Sound Culture.  You can purchase them here

What’s New – The Zagat Pioneer Lounge will be featuring live music, free food, tastings, beverages and fun prizes at the newly constructed Fremont Mischief Distillery.   The day will include 10 excellent  bands will showcase their talent all day making the food experience even better!  

Vote to win a VIP Package to the Mobile Food Rodeo, here.
  • Grand prize- a Mobile Food prize pack including four VIF (Very Important Foodie) tickets, round-trip car service from Uber, gift certificate to Skillet and Trophy Cupcakes and much more!
  • 2nd Place- Two VIF tickets
  • 3rd Place- Two Zagat Guides
    See the details for Skillet Beer Yard at Mobile Food Rodeo 2012, here.

    Full Music Line-up
    Location: Zagat Pioneers Lounge 
    • Howlin’ Hobbit – 12 (noon) Link
    • Carly Calbero – 1PM Link
    • Small Time Stringband – 2PM Link
    • SPECIAL GUEST Luc & the Lovingtons – 3pm Link
    • Pickled Okra – 4:30PM Link

    Location: The Skillet Beer Yard
    • Disco Cowboys 1PM Link 
    • Morrison Boomer 2PM Link
    • Gloria Darlings 3PM Link
    • Disco Cowboys 5:30PM

    Written by Charles Koh

    Founded EatSeattle, and has continued to use his expertise as editor-in-chief to guide the website’s growth over the last five years. Koh’s experience focuses on digital marketing and social media, and has been a part of several companies, some of which he created, specializing in both areas over the course of his career. Koh was previously with Google and Zagat where he helped expand and grow communities worldwide.

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