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July 16, 2013 at 10:22am

Food truck festival Moveable Feast to include "Made in Tacoma" section

A scene from Tacoma's Moveable Feast 2012 / photo by Pappi Swarner

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Mark your calendars, the second annual Moveable Feast - Tacoma's largest food truck festival - is coming July 28 from noon to 5 p.m. to Cheney Stadium. With 38 food trucks, seven breweries, live music and kids activities, it is an event not to miss.

"We have great music, great beers, fun things for the kids to do, but the food trucks are definitely the showcase," says Alyson Jones, event organizer. "These trucks take pride in their ingredients and their creations and they are delicious. There is no other event like this in the South Sound."

Locals agree. Jones estimates 6,000 people attended last year, and projects around 8,000 attendees for this year's event.

New this year is a market-style "Made in Tacoma" section, with local companies that include Dry Soda, Lynnae's Pickles, Little Eorthe Farm, Great NW Popcorn Company, One Spot Jam and more. There will also be a kid zone and more access to Cheney Stadium's party decks for more seating and a chance to get into the ballpark.

The Moveable Feast is free, but if you want to be first in line at the trucks, you can get in an hour early and also get free parking and an event T-shirt with the purchase of VIP tickets, available for $10 online.

There are plenty of new trucks this year, including Box Nature Sushi, Caravan Crepes, Gibson's Frozen Yogurt truck, Tokyo Dog, Street Donuts and many more. Big-name favorites that attended last year, such as Where Ya at Matt and Maximus/Minimus will also be returning. Just reading the list of vendors will get you salivating.

THE MOVEABLE FEAST, noon to 5 p.m. July 28, Cheney Stadium, 2502 S. Tyler St., Tacoma, tacomafoodtruck.com

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