New Times Street Eats Food Truck Festival at Salt River Fields in Scottsdale to Return Next Month

Once a year, dozens of the region's best food trucks come together for a two-day event that features food, drink, cooking demonstrations, eating contests . . . oh, and did we mention lots and lots of food? 

Well, this annual event is called the New Times Street Eats Food Truck Festival, and it's coming up in just over a month. 

The fifth annual event will be held, as always, at Salt River Fields in Scottsdale and will go down on Saturday, January 30 and Sunday, January 31 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. General admission tickets for either day cost $12 in advance, and VIP tickets cost $50. VIP tickets include admission to the event, plus six beverages, private restrooms, and four $2 food tokens, as well as access to a VIP Lounge. Otherwise, $2 food tokens will be available for purchase at the event. 

Here are some of the food trucks you can expect this year:

· Cousins Lobster
· Fry Bread Inc.
· Q Up! BBQ Food Truck
· Aioli Gourmet Burgers
· The American Poutine Co.
· Montana BBQ
· Carne Café Concessions
· The Street Food Truck
· Tom's BBQ Pig Rig
· Press Italian Street Food
· 2 Fat Guys Grilled Cheese
· Grandma's Navajo Frybread
· Nicastro Wood Fried Pizza
· The Maine Lobster Lady
· K&C Concessions
· Triple Dot Food Truck
· Harris' Smokehouse
· Treatery
· Affogato Truck
· Cactus Corn
· Desert Snow
· Lulu's Sorbetto
· Pinnacle Peak Pie Co.
· Desert Sno
· Jerry's Cherry Lemonade
· Hot Mess Buns LLC
· Mustache Pretzels LLC
· Carne Café Concessions

Expect entertainment including demonstrations by chefs from Citizen Public House, The Gladly, Cafe ZuZu at Hotel Valley Ho, Sushi Roku, L’Auberge de Sedona, and Talavera at Four Seasons Resort. There will also be spoon feeding, doughnut eating, and classic eating competitions — think hot dog eating, pie eating, and more. 

Tickets to the fifth annual Street Eats Food Truck Festival are on sale now and can be purchased on the Street Eats Food Truck Festival website

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Lauren Saria
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