Summer’s come to an end, but PVD Food Truck Events certainly haven’t. In fact, some of our most exciting events of the year happen when the sun isn’t so strong! So bundle up for autumn and warm up with hot food truck fare.
Check out the full list of where we’ll be in the next two months:
Food Truck Friday Carousel Village
Sept. 6, 13, 20, 27 | 5 p.m.
Roger Williams Park, Providence
This is the last hurrah of 2019 for our flagship event. If you haven’t been to Food Truck Friday yet, you have four more chances before April 2020! Bring your appetite and enjoy selections from more than 15 trucks. Mug Club Members, don’t miss out on the last pour of the year — bring your steins and fill up on Trinity Brewhouse’s original beers.
Warwick Food Truck Nights (September)
Sept. 5 | 5–8 p.m.
Gamm Theatre, Warwick
Sept. 19 | 5–8 p.m.
Pawtuxet Village Gazebo, Warwick
Don’t miss us in Warwick, at both new and familiar sites! Visit us first at the Gamm Theatre for dinner and a show. We’ve got your favorite foods covered, while the Gamm knows how to entertain. The theater will provide a full bar, face painting, Juggles the Clown and a roaming photo booth amongst your favorite mobile eats. Check out a sneak-peek of the dress rehearsal at 7 p.m.
Later in the month, drive back down historic Broad Street and pull into the Pawtuxet Village Gazebo. The food trucks and Trinity Brewhouse not only have amazing eats and drinks but a fantastic view of the Providence River and the boats that go by.
Food Truck Night at Sons of Liberty
Sept. 12 & Oct. 10 | 5–8 p.m.
Sons of Liberty, South Kingstown
Warm food and new drinks are ever-enticing as fall draws near. The cocktail menu at Sons of Liberty changes seasonally, highlighting its unique spirits and local ingredients. You’re sure to find something in the tasting room that pairs great with food truck fare! Tune in outside to live music by classic rock band Farm Dog.
PawSox Food Truck & Craft Beer Festival
Sept. 14 | 6:30–10 p.m.
McCoy Stadium, Pawtucket
This is one of the most exciting events we have to wrap up summer! With 27 food trucks parked on the McCoy Stadium field, this is our largest event of the entire season. We also have 30 craft breweries (50% more than last year!) confirmed to pour their specialty beers.
There are two types of tickets available to purchase ahead of time or same-day:
VIP Early Entry Tickets ($40 advance, $45 day-of): Early field entry at 5 p.m., custom pint glass, $5 food voucher, 10 beer sample tickets, and two flexible general admission tickets to any 2020 PawSox game.
Regular Tickets ($20 advance, $25 day-of): $5 food voucher, 10 beer sample tickets, and two flexible general admission tickets to any 2020 PawSox game.
Warwick Food Truck Nights (October)
Oct. 3 | 5–8 p.m.
Norwood Library/Gazebo, Warwick
Oct. 17 | 5–8 p.m.
City Hall, Warwick
This is your last chance to visit us in Warwick, and we’re going back to old favorites to say farewell. Park your lawn chair or picnic blanket on the grass near the gazebo at the Norwood Library, and be sure to say hello to Trinity Brewhouse while you’re there. We’ll come full circle at the end of the month, returning to our first stop: Warwick City Hall.
Food Trucks at Flames of Hope
Oct. 5 | 4–10 p.m.
Locals and tourists alike come to WaterFire every summer to check out great local stops and the beautifully illuminated river, and every October they gather for a very special cause. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the food trucks are teaming up with the Gloria Gemma Foundation at Flames of Hope, where thousands of people impacted by breast cancer come together in downtown Providence to light the way towards hope and healing. Find us in the festival village among inspiring exhibits and live music.
Southern New England Giant Pumpkin Growers Weigh-Off
Oct. 12 | 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Frerichs Farm, Warren
Just like how PVD Food Truck Events are known for stellar food, Frerichs Farm is known for its giant pumpkins. In fact, the largest pumpkin in North America was weighed right here in 2015! Grab some food from the trucks and see for yourself whether 2019 will be another record-breaker. Kids will also love the pumpkin and dragon rides. Admission is free, but parking is $5.
Admission to all events is free (unless otherwise noted above). Every food truck accepts cash, credit and debit. There is no smoking or vaping allowed on the premises.
Bringing a group? Many events offer VIP accommodations, like limited reserved seating, prepaid food/drinks, and sponsorship opportunities. For more information, email Eric Weiner directly at email@example.com.