Vancouver Food Cart festival

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The Food Cart Festival is a weekly gathering of Vancouver’s top Food Carts complimented by community markets, live music and DJs, craft food vendors, kids activities, and more.
Mission

Our objective is to support street culture in Vancouver through eating delicious food, celebrating Summer in the city and creating a great weekly community gathering place.

Description About the Event 
Food Cart Fest was created to highlight the diverse and delicious culture of Streetfood in Vancouver (recently named one the top three cities for food carts in North America by Travel+Escape Magazine). The second annual edition will launch Sunday, June 23, at its new home at 215 West 1st Avenue, the festival will run for 14 weeks till September 22.

Boasting one of the largest gatherings of food carts in North America, this year’s festival will highlight Vancouver’s exploding street food culture. Participating Trucks will include: Aussie Pie Guy, Chili Tank, Didi’s Greek, Dougie Dog, Eli’s Serious Sausage, Feastro, Finest at Sea, Guanaco, Holy Perogy, JJ’s Trucketeria, The Juice Truck, Kaboom Box, Le Tigre, Mangal Kiss, Mogu, Mom’s Grilled Cheese, PazzaRella, Roaming Dragon, Soho Road, Street Meet, Taco Fino, Taser Grilled Cheese, The Reef Runner, Vij’s Railway Express, Yolk’s Breakfast, Ze Bite, and more.

Not strictly for foodies though, Food Cart Fest is also about enjoying the summer with friends and family. Building on what many considered a highlight of last summer, each week over 20 food carts will be complemented by community markets, live music, DJs, craft food vendors, and kids’ activities.

★ Our New Location ★
Our all new False Creek location (215 W.1st Ave), is right between the Cambie Street Bridge and Olympic Village. We are adjacent to the Cambie Street Bridge and the Olympic Village; between West 1st Avenue and the Seawall (where Cavalia: A Magical Encounter Between Human and Horse took place). The site is a short walk from the Canada Line’s Olympic Village Station; the Aquabus’ Spyglass Place Dock; and bus routes along Broadway, Cambie, Main, and West 2nd Avenue.

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