Food Truck Festival tickets now available

By Mike Ventola / Lehigh Valley IronPigs | February 21, 2019 9:53 AM

The Lehigh Valley Food Truck Festival returns to Coca-Cola Park on Saturday, June 1. The hugely popular event will again be divided into two sessions - one from 12-3 p.m. and the other from 5-8 p.m. The event will feature dozens of various food trucks. In addition to the wide variety of food options, the event boasts dozens of craft beer selections, mixed and frozen drinks, live music and other fun activities around Coca-Cola Park.

Tickets are now available starting at $15 for adults and $10 for children 12-and-under. VIP tickets for adults are $20 and allow one-hour-early entry into either session (11 a.m. for Session 1; 4 p.m. for Session 2). The evening session will be restricted to attendees 21 and older. There's an early bird special for fans as they will receive a Food Truck Festival hat if they purchase tickets before Sunday, March 31. Click here for tickets.

Each ticket includes access to the event, complimentary parking and a $5 food voucher that can be redeemed at any food truck.

A limited number of tickets are available for each session, so interested parties are encouraged to purchase in advance. Previous sessions have sold out in the past. Should tickets remain available on May 27, the price will increase by $5 ($20 for adults, $15 for children, $25 for VIP access).

A number of family activities will be featured in Session 1, including inflatable games, unlimited access to the Lehigh Valley Reilly Children's Hospital Kids Zone and appearances by IronPigs mascots. All family activities are included with the price of admission.

An updated food truck list can be found at CocaColaParkEvents.com.

The 2019 IronPigs season is the team's 12th as the top affiliate for the Philadelphia Phillies and 12th at Coca-Cola Park. Follow the IronPigs on Twitter at @IronPigs and like them on Facebook via www.facebook.com/LHVIronPigs.

The 2019 IronPigs season is presented by Capital BlueCross.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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