Thank you for your interest in joining us at the Mobile Food Rodeo. If you are new to the Seattle area or a first time attendee, then welcome and hope you enjoy this festival tradition as much as we do. Here is some useful information about our festival to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience.
The Mobile Food Rodeo begins at 12 (noon) to the general public and is free admission for attendees. The festival features over 35 local food trucks, two beer gardens and live music throughout the festival that benefit One Reel, producer’s of Bumbershoot.
This event is rain or shine and FREE ADMISSION TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC. There is a limited set of VIF TICKETS that allow for folks to have a priority line for $25 dollars. All tickets purchased are non-refundable through Eventbrite and first come first served.
There is free street parking throughout Fremont on Sundays, but due to the Mobile Food Rodeo and Fremont Sunday Market, please consider U-Park paid lots throughout the neighborhood .
We also highly recommend carpooling and our official transportation partner, UBER that allows for ease and to ride in style at an affordable rate with your friends!
The Mobile Food Rodeo is located at 3501 Phinney Ave North Seattle, WA 98103 . The cinema screen is directly in the U-Park parking lot by Fremont Studios and along Canal Street one block south by the Fremont Sunday Market
Stand at the center of the Center of the Universe. Visit the Troll who turned to concrete just before snacking on a Fahrvergnugen. Gaze upon our Soviet-era Rocket. Shake a finger with Lenin (Vladimir, that is). See what creative costumes have befallen the Waiting for the Interurban statue.
Every Sunday Fremont boasts the oldest outdoor street market, The Fremont Sunday Market: with quirky finds and delectable bits this is an event unto itself. On the First Friday of each month enjoy a creative stroll around the galleries and shops participating in Fremont’s monthly artwalk; every first Friday, rain or shine. Throughout the year, Fremont hosts Seattle’s most creative festivals including the Moisture Festival, HopScotch, Fremont Fair and Solstice Parade, Fremont Outdoor Movies with our annual Zombie Walk, Music in the Sculpture Garden, Family 4th at Gasworks Park, Northwest Lovefest, Fremont Oktoberfest and Lenin Lighting… and so many more block parties, pub crawls and boutique extravaganzas.