Pechanga Food Truck Festival coming Saturday

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KVCR-TV’s Out to Eat host Cliff Young is a busy, busy man.

In February, he curated the first Palm Springs Food Truck Festival. A couple of weekends ago, he put together the Palm Springs Craft Beer Conclave.

This Saturday (April 7), he’s curating another Inland Empire food truck event, the Pechanga Food Truck Festival.

But he’s still not done.

On April 22, he’ll be curating the first large-scale San Bernardino food truck event, the Route 66 Food Truck Festival at the newly-renamed San Manuel Stadium.

Details for Saturday’s event? The festival will run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Pechanga Resort and Casino in Temecula. Tickets are available now and are $10 (plus a $1.24 service fee) for general admission (11 a.m. entrance) or $40 (plus a $1.99 service fee). Tickets will be $15 at the door. Kids six and under are admitted free. Click here to purchase tickets.

There will also be a beer garden.

So far, Cliff’s got 35 trucks lined up for the Pechanga event, including the I.E.-based Where’s the Fire? Gourmet Pizza, Suite 106 Cupcakery and Cafe 2 U. Head over the jump to see if your favorites will be there.

After School Special
Auntie’s Fry Bread
Bacon MANia
Cafe 2 U
CambalaCHE’s Gourmet
Chubby’s
Chunk-n-Chip Cookies
Coolhaus
Crepe’n Around
Devilicious
Fluff Ice
Food Farm
The Lime Truck
Lobsta Truck
Mad Maui BBQ Fusion
Mangia Mangia Mobile
Me So Hungry
Mustache Mike’s Italian Ice
Operacaffe
Pearson’s Louisiana Foods
Pie ‘N Burger
Pierogi Truck
Ragin Cajun on Wheels
Red Robin YummmMobile
Rolling Sushi
Slap Yo Mama
Street Eats
Suite 106 Cupcakery
Super Q
Thai 1 On
Tornado Potato
Two for the Road
Uncle Lau’s Island BBQ
Waffles de Liege
Where’s the Fire? Gourmet Pizza

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One thought on “Pechanga Food Truck Festival coming Saturday

  1. I felt this event was disappointing. I showed up at 11:00, there were no samples to be found! The music was extremely loud so I had to stay away from the trucks near the DJ. If you were lucky enough to grab a table you had to stand at the table. Not enough shade. I understand this was the first food truck festival, but I pray there are some adjustments next year.

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