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Seattle Met Presents The VIF Experience Express Pass
Sunday, May 6, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM (PDT)
BEAT THE LINES! This year's big Mobile Food Rodeo ticket helps you avoid the lines and get in early with a 2 hour private event starting at 10am. A portion of the tickets go directly back to the Fremont Chamber of Commerce, so support local and get in early this year. TICKET INCLUDES: - Limited-Edition Mobile Food Rodeo Tote Bag - Mobile Food Rodeo Cowboy Badge (Pin) - Special VIF Lanyard & Event Map - Priority Access to the Zagat Survey VIF Experience Party at Fremont Mischief | 21 + - 2 Hour Private Event before the general public
Each bag includes special product and from Pop Chips, Vitamin Water, Uber, Pemco Insurance, Zagat and Seattle Met magazine for the first 250 bags holders. Registration starts at 9am for ticket holders and will begin on time. Please keep in mind that all details are subject to change subject to sponsors and Fire Marshall requirements.
This is a non-refundable ticket and non-transferable ticket. Event is rain or shine and only good from 10-12pm for the private event. This ticket foes not include any food vouchers or discounts from the trucks.
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Mobile Food Rodeo
The Mobile Food Rodeo debuted as the largest showcase for mobile food trucks on the west coast in September 2011 with over 7,000 people in attendance in its first year. Following in the footsteps of the nation’s popular mobile food festivals like the LA Street Food Fest and Portland’s Eat Mobile, our team annually rounds up the best street food wagons in Seattle, Portland and within the Idaho state line for you to discover at this unique annual festival. In the past two years, the northwest’s mobile food renaissance has led the way to next wave of top chefs; helping to open some of Seattle’s hottest new restaurants on wheels as well as give you a chance to try some of Seattle's favorites; from the poutine fries at Skillet Diner to the spam sliders at Marination Station; it has allowed them to open brick-and-mortar restaurants within the past year.