The Fifth Annual Hill Country Food Truck Festival featuring 16 food trucks, 13 Texas Hill Country wineries and a lineup of live Texas music, will take place from 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 23, in Luckenbach Texas.
Last year more than 2,500 folks enjoyed what could be best described as an iconic summer day in the Texas Hill Country - delicious food, Texas wine, ice cold beer and great Americana music - all in legendary Luckenbach! The Texas Hill Country Food Truck Festival is a family friendly event, and dogs on leashes are welcome.
The food trucks will be selling delectable meals and treats from noon to 8:00 p.m. (or until sold out) so be sure to come for lunch or dinner. Event organizers curate the trucks, so attendees will have a variety of cuisines to choose from like the popular Cousins Maine Lobster and the Come & Get It Chuckwagon.
Try a taste of the Hill Country at the Luckenbach Texas bar for Texas craft beers and the “Weingarten” which will be featuring ten local wineries, such as Becker Vineyards, Messina Hof Hill Country Winery, Bending Branch Winery and more, selling by the glass and bottle.
Several tents offering shaded seating for dining will be available in the food truck court area and live Americana music will be featured from noon to 8:00 p.m. under the giant oak trees. Bands include Cash’d Out, The Powell Brothers, Randall King, Vanessa Lyn Bird, Trent Turner, The L & M Kings, 3 Dollar Bills, The Merles and The Golden Roses. Don't forget to bring your lawn chair to guarantee a comfy seat for the full day of music!
Proceeds from this event will benefit the Texas Center for Wine and Culinary Arts (TCWCA), an approximately 16,000 square foot facility which will be built in Fredericksburg, the hub of the wine and food scene in the Texas Hill Country.
Mark your calendar for Saturday, June 23, and then head out to Luckenbach Texas for a great day of Texas food, Texas wine and Texas music! Tickets for this rain or shine event are available online or at the gate the day of the event.
Photography by Robbyn Dodd.