It’s been an amazing year for food trucks. The growth in the Edmonton scene has been unprecedented, with at least a dozen new trucks joining the scene in 2013, offering cuisine ranging from tacos to banh mi to the ever-popular poutine.
This year also saw changes to Edmonton’s street food policy, with longer hours of operations, and more clarity around where food trucks can park. The new regulations should make it easier for even more trucks to join the city’s fleet.
This Friday, we want to celebrate this banner year in Edmonton’s food truck scene with the largest What the Truck?! in our festival’s history. This Friday, join us on Churchill Square to sample fare from 16 vendors, including two of the most recent newcomers, Knosh and Black Bull Grill. You can take a look at the menus here.
What: What the Truck?! at Churchill Square
Where: Churchill Square
When: Friday, September 20, 2013
Check out the Facebook event to RSVP and spread the word!
This time last year on the Square
We’ll have DJs Thomas Scott (Urban Monks) and Polyesterday helping us set the tone that night, two of our What the Truck?! music veterans.
Hope to see you there!
2 thoughts on “September 20, 2013 What the Truck?! at Churchill Square”
Profoundly disappointed to get there and have trucks already run out of food –
since these seem to be extremely popular one imagines that the entrepreneurs would load up with their fine products because no food means no cash means no taste experience means no repeat business.
Hi Tulse – thanks for the comment, and for attending the event. I’m sorry you were disappointed with what food was left, but generally, we advise that the earlier you are able to attend, the better! The trucks also have a limited capacity in terms of food storage. Hopefully you’ll give WTT a try again in the future!