Food Truck Cup

October 16, 2-7 PM
St. Vrain Cidery
350 Terry St.
Longmont, CO 80501

The scene is set for an epic food truck battle – second annual in Longmont, Colorado! Longmont Food Rescue invites you to the Food Truck Cup 2021, sponsored by the J.M. Smucker Company! Join us for an outdoor festival showcasing local food trucks, beverage establishments, and live music. You’ll get to decide which food truck deserves the Food Truck Cup Trophy via live voting!

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More About the Event

The Food Truck Cup 2021 combines the spirit of Longmont Restaurant Week with a dash of competition between local food trucks. Which food truck will drive away as champion? That’s for you to decide!

Now in its third year, the Food Truck Cup has grown into an outdoor festival that not only showcases food trucks, but local craft beverages and live music too. The event is produced by and benefits Longmont Food Rescue, a Longmont nonprofit that redistribute nutritious food that retailers have deemed food ‘waste’ to feed hungry, homeless, and low-income populations directly.

This event will feature live music from Blackjack Gravy and Shadow Side, and Abbott & Wallace Distilling, St. Vrain Cidery, and Outworld Brewing will be serving up drinks to pair with the appetizers from our 2021 food truck contestants:

  • Nacho Mama’s Tacos (2019 Food Truck Cup Champion)
  • Hurry 4 Curry
  • FED Boulder
  • The Maine Event

With the purchase of a ticket (conveniently set at the Longmont Restaurant Week price point of $28.71!) you will get a taste from every food truck and three beverages, so come hungry! Additional food and beverages available for purchase separately.

All tickets will be sold prior to event.

Don’t want all the try each food truck but still want to come hang out? Pick up the Entry Ticket $10 and kids 5 and under are free to attend.

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About Longmont Food Rescue

Longmont Food Rescue redistributes nutritious food that retailers have deemed food ‘waste’ to feed hungry, homeless, and low-income populations directly.