foodtruck fest

foodtruck festMIDDLETOWN, NJ – Middletown High School South will host its second annual Food Truck Fest with free admission to the community. This year will be bigger and better with more Food Trucks, more variety, and more family-friendly activities than ever. Food Trucks will vary from last year’s fan favorite’s to nationally recognized trucks that have been featured on the Food Network Channel.


More than 20 Food Trucks will appeal to your diverse palate with ethnic flair, smoky barbecue, local NJ seafood, vegan specialties, and scrumptious desserts. Vote for your favorite food truck: People’s Choice, Best Entrée, and Best Dessert.

Top off this fun-filled evening by playing a game of laser tag, enjoying your favorite video game on The Rolling Game Truck, and dancing the night away with live music and entertainment. Feel free to bring your beach chair and hang out for the night. Follow us on Twitter @foodtruckfest16 to gain the most updated information.


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The Food Truck Fest is planned and operated by the students of Middletown South Future Business Leaders of America Club. The students have worked tirelessly to provide for the Festival’s growing numbers. Stop by our welcome tent to get your Festival Map and help with our fundraising efforts.


What: Food Truck Festival, live music, activities, free entertainment

When: Friday May 6th, 2016

Where: Middletown High School South, 900 Nutswamp Road, Middletown, NJ 07748

How Much: FREE

Info: Email: [email protected] Twitter: @Foodtruckfest16


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Allan Dean is editor, publisher, and founder of the Atlantic Highlands Herald. Published since 1999 and selected in 2000 by the Borough of Atlantic Highlands as one of their official newspapers, making...