Ben & Jerry’s
Half-Baked. The (unofficial) official ice cream of music festivals.
The Taco Tent
Home of your favorite fast and fresh festival food- tacos! Homemade pico de gallo, freshly squeezed limeade, refreshing strawberry lemonade, fish tacos and much more!
Providing fast food basics like quesadillas, burgers and fries.
Serving up everything from specialty wraps like “Chicken Bacon Avocado" and "Buffalo Ranch Chicken" to their famous French bread pizzas.
Eatbox Food Truck
According to their Facebook page—they are known for one thing: gourmet meatballs.
Feel Good Foods
All-natural, gluten-free frozen foods - created by a chef, approved by a celiac. Makers of world's first gluten-free, dairy-free dumplings and egg rolls.
Includes traditional favorites with a festival twist, like teriyaki chicken with fried rice; sweet and sour chicken; and a veggie plate.
A favorite on the festival circuit because of their homemade baked Smak! And Cheese
Heine Brothers’ Coffee
Perfect for between-set iced coffee.
A traveling fresh fruit caterer offering paninis, smoothies, juices and other healthy options.
Louisville’s gourmet mobile taqueria.
It’s not true a festival unless there is fried food available on a stick.
King of Pops
Another Louisville favorite. Serving up cheesy favorites like the “Fancy Pants” and “Legalize Marijuana.”
Longshot Lobsta—another Louisville food truck—will bring lobster rolls, soups, and seriously addicting cheddar biscuits to Forecastle.
Mark’s Feed Store
Louisville’s favorite BBQ.
Showcasing Cajun cuisine such as chicken and sausage jambalaya, an alligator sausage corndog, red beans and rice, and cheddar jalapeno hushpuppies.
Pie for the People
Pizza by the slice.
Southern Most Falafel
Their specialty is earthy falafel, topped with tangy tzatziki sauce, all tucked in a warm, soft pita.
Xtreme Southern Kitchen
A Kentucky-proud food truck serving up local, fresh cuisine.
What are you most looking forward to trying? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter @louisvillecom.
Article photo courtesy of Shutterstock. Cover photo courtesy of Eatbox Food Truck.
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