Chow down on a wide range of mouthwatering, homemade eats served fresh out of Oklahoma food trucks at these recurring festivals. Support your favorite kitchen on wheels or take the opportunity to scout out something new.
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Oklahoma food trucks constantly roam from small towns to big cities, serving up tasty eats to diners across the state during food truck events. Whether you’re attending a small weekly or monthly food truck event or an annual event with trucks aplenty, you’re sure to find something utterly delicious and uniquely Oklahoman.
Once a month, Edmond residents flock downtown for Heard on Hurd, walking in search of fresh food off more than 25 food trucks. With a main stage located in a parking lot, live music will keep you entertained as you search for the perfect meal. Sample fare from Coit’s Food Truck or The Halls Pizza Kitchen and be sure to stop by local stores open late for this special occasion.
Families are welcome at the monthly Eat’s on 8th & Harvey food truck event. Several trucks gather near downtown Oklahoma City, with tasty eats like barbecue short ribs from Yum Yum Bites Food Truck or fresh watermelon salsa from Cutie Pies Concession. Bring the kids for dinner and a few jumps on the moon bounce as you peruse food choices and enjoy the tunes supplied by DJ Will G.
Head to downtown Stillwater once a month when food meets music at Fridays, Food Trucks & Tunes. Kids can let loose in the inflatables area before taking a seat in front of the main stage to hear local musicians play live sets. Whether you’re munching on full food truck dishes or small bites, you’ll have no shortage of good eats at this fun event.
Riverwind Casino opens its parking lot to all during its summertime Beats & Bites Festival. Once a month during prime food truck season, restaurants on wheels like Big Truck Tacos and the Flying Pig BBQ descend upon Norman to deliver entrees, snacks and sweets to gathered families. After taking your pick of festival fare, be sure to catch a few sets’ worth of live tunes from local musicians.
Come early and stake out a good spot to chow down at the monthly Red Brick Nights. Simply decide between the popular food trucks present before parking your lawn chair, couch or hammock in front of the makeshift stage. With a craft beer from the Big Friendly Craft Beer Bus in hand, listen to local musicians show off their talents for all of downtown Guthrie to hear.
The city of Ada has also joined in on the monthly food truck festival action, giving the community an excuse to come together in the name of good food, good music and family fun. At East End Eats, you can challenge a friend or stranger to a round of checkers, or hear local talent live near the downtown fountain. Before heading home, be sure to order Nacho Biznez chips smothered in queso, or a fish dinner from Crow’s Food Shack.
Claremore turns its focus to families during its monthly Food Truck Thursday event. With rotating themes like a carnival or luau, kids can feast on food truck fare before taking aim at the dunk tank or donning vibrant leis. Local authors will often make appearances for signings in between live music acts. For late-night shopping and dining, look no further than this community event, featuring vendors like La Hermosa taco truck and MooChewSooey BBQ.
Attend Food Truck Friday in Grove each month, and meet up with friends for a meal served from one of a half dozen food trucks parked downtown. Cooking up snacks like Breenie’Z Soft Pretzels pretzel dogs, these vendors have what you’re craving. With dinner in hand, head to the stage to hear some bluegrass tunes from your cozy picnic blanket or lawn chair.
Blanchard serves its visitors lunch options once a week during Food Truck Tuesdays. Wait your turn in line at the gathered food trucks, and select sliders or deli sandwiches prepared fresh to order by a local restaurant on wheels. Week after week, the lineup of food trucks on hand rotate between options like MOB Grill, giving guests the chance at trying something new each time.
Hungry folks from all over flood Oklahoma City’s Hudson Avenue for the annual H&8th Night Market. As hungry visitors scan the blocks for their favorite food trucks, attendees can take in the lively music drifting over from the set up stage. After grabbing seasonal eats from I Don’t Know & I Don’t Care or tacos from Lalo’s I Love My Taco Chop & Grill, take a seat on a patch of grass or steal a spot at a picnic table to munch on dinner with locals.
Local is key at the annual EdFest in Edmond. This Made in Oklahoma street festival not only features a loaded lineup of food trucks like the Saucee Sicilian, but also beers and wines crafted by local makers. Bring the kids, and treat them to fun activities like cookie decorating, face painting and photo booths.
Enid highlights some of the best regional cuisine at its annual Red Brick Road Food Truck & Art Festival. Held downtown, this local festival features an entire red brick road packed with roaming kitchens on wheels. Whether noshing on Curbside Comfort food or Scoops Ice Cream Truck treats, attendees are invited to dine while enjoying tunes from local artists.
Gather in the charming, historic Kendall Whittier District in Tulsa during the annual Kendall Whittier Art Festival. Although the focus remains on gyros, crepes and pizza slices sold out of food trucks like Lone Wolf Banh Mi, this event also features plenty of fun for the kids like inflatables and chalk art activities.
Once a year, Main Street in Jenks brings the community together in celebration of delicious, local cuisine prepared by tasty trucks like Wild Al’s Food Truck and other favorites. In between rounds of snacking and refueling, Jenks America Food Truck Festival guests are invited to browse local shops and relax as local musicians play through lively tunes.