CHICAGO, IL - Depending on how you look at Chicago’s food truck scene it’s either thriving or in a holding pattern. The buzz that began with long-gone trucks like the Gaztro-Wagon and Meatyballs Mobile has given way to a broad, but not especially deep, culture of mobile restaurants.
The Chicago Food Truck Fest aims to definitively make its mark as the food truck festival to attend when it descends on U.S. Cellular Field June 7. Organizers are working on a lineup they claim will be 20 strong and include some of the best and most popular trucks in Chicago.
Right now the event’s website lists just a few participants, including
There will be games and live music, while beer and wine will be available for purchase and a portion of the gate from the event will go to charity. The ticket prices are also affordable. General admission tickets are $10 while VIP tickets are only $25.