Do you consider yourself a boho foodie? Is your go-to lunch option the food truck? You answered yes, we know you did! Now mark April 20-22, 2018 in your calendar. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is once again hosting the Myrtle Beach Food Truck Festival and you need to be there.
The Myrtle Beach Food Truck Festival is free to the public and will take place at the Oceanfront Boardwalk District at the Burroughs and Chapin Pavilion Place between Eighth and Ninth avenues north. The festival kicks off on Friday night, April 20th at 6 pm and runs through Sunday, April 22nd.
The specific festival hours are:
Friday, April 20 6pm – 10pm
Saturday, April 21 11am – 10pm
Sunday, April 22 11am – 6pm
The charity benefactor for the 2018 festival is the Grand Strand Miracle League. The organization’s philosophy is grounded in the fact that all children, regardless of disability, should be able to participate in sports. Founded in Myrtle Beach in 2001, The Miracle League became only the second all-access baseball league in the nation. Funded by generous community support and a passionate Board of Directors, an ADA approved, adapted baseball field was constructed. The field has a rubberized surface that is perfect for wheelchairs and walkers, making it the ideal place to start a league whose rules include: Everyone Plays. Everyone Crosses Home Plate. Everyone Wins!
A combination of returning favorites as well as new and exciting food trucks will be in the mix for the Spring 2018 line-up.
This year’s food truck vendors are scheduled to include:
- Gettin’ Sauced In The City
- Roy’s Nutz and Buttz
- Zulie’s Carinderia
- Snobar Southeast
- EZ Cheezy
- Be Well Meals
- Charleston Glass
- Booze Pops
- Jersey Dogs
- Time To Eat
- Holy City Cupcakes
- Kurbside Katering
Also included in the Free admission will be musical entertainment, games and competitions, a KIDz zone and 2 cash-only beer stands.
Myrtle Beach, SC has long been a tourist mecca for the Eastern US. With its amazing lodging and residential options, family-friendly environment, world-class golf and wonderful year-round climate. Add to that the Myrtle Beach Food Truck Festival and it’s just one more reason the area continues to draw in vacationers and retirees from all over the country.