TOMBALL, Texas — Find your pair of stretchy pants! the annual food truck festival is returning to Tomball with more than a dozen food trucks.
The third annual Freight Train Food Truck Festival rolls into Tomball's Depot Plaza Oct. 20. You'll be able to try out some new food trucks, but fan favorites will also be in attendance.
The food trucks will fill two city blocks around the historic downtown depot with a variety of food selections, including:
- BestDamn Nachos
- Curbside Coonexan
- El Guajillo
- Emina Bosnian Grill
- Foreign Policy
- Good Dog Hot Dogs
- Houston Gypsy Wagon
- Kreole Soul
- Mardi Gras Madness
- Ray's Texas Smoke Barbecue
- Sno Cream Man
- Soul Cat Cuisine
- The Chew Shack
- The Waffle Bus
- Tila's Tacos
- Truck on the Bayou
- Wylie's Tacos
But it won't just be about food. Into the music scene? The "Pour Patio" will offer live entertainment from Brenda Guy and the Robert Hartye Band. Walter Suhr & Mango Punch will also be performing on the big stage throughout the afternoon. The band is said to have a diverse music selection from disco, R&B and country, to salsa, merengue, vallenato, cumbia and much more. If you're into two-stepping tunes, Troy Hess & the Texas Heartbreakers will start off the day at 11 a.m.
There will also be a mix of different adult beverages from Karbach, Alexander Valley Vineyards, Bogle, Constellation, Palm Bay, and the Wine Group.
PHOTOS: Music, food trucks and more at annual Tomball food truck fest
A Kids Zone will also be available. Merchandise vendors and Tomball's historic 1907 Depot railroad museum will open with free tours throughout the afternoon. You can check out its two highly detailed model railroad layouts, assorted railroad art and memorabilia.
Gates will open at 11 a.m. Saturday with free admission and parking.
Need directions? The festival site address is 201 South Elm Street.