If you are looking forward to having some time off on Memorial Day Weekend (the unofficial kickoff of summer 2024 at the Jersey Shore) then you are probably excited about a huge event happening in Monmouth County on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. It's the annual Jersey Shore Food Truck Festival 2024 at beautiful Monmouth Park Racetrack in Oceanport, New Jersey. It's a three-day festival that has delicious food and exciting horseracing. There is all kinds of food to sample with a huge selection of food trucks to choose from. Chances are what ever you are looking for, they will have to taste at the Jersey Shore Food Truck Festival.


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In addition to delicious food, there is drink and live music to enjoy both days. Add exciting horse racing to the experience and you have a fun weekend to celebrate this holiday weekend. The Jersey Shore Food Truck Festival is at beautiful Monmouth Park this Saturday, May 25th, Sunday, May 26th, and Monday, May 27th. First Race 12:50 pm.  FREE Parking. General admission is $6. Children 12 and under are FREE.



  • Live music 12-4pm all three days on two stages.
  • FREE Family Fun Day events – including clowns, face painters, pony rides and a bounce house, will take place from 12-4pm in the picnic area on Saturday and Sunday.


According to the Monmouth Park website:

  • Gates open at 9am.
  • First race is 12:50pm.
  • FREE Parking, General Admission just $6. Children 12 and under are FREE.
    No pets allowed.
  • Coolers and BYO is only permitted in the picnic area.
  • Event is rain or shine.


Participating Food Trucks: Ann’s Catering, The Baked Bear, Chimney Cake Factory, Cold Stone Creamery, Cousins Maine Lobster, Del Toro Tapas, Dellano’s Food Service, El Lechon De Negron, Empanada Guy, Enzo’s, Five Sisters, Good Food = Good Mood, House of Cupcakes, Joe Smoke B-B-Que, Kee O Kee Pierogies, Lola’s, L’Acquario Seafood Italiano, Ma & Pa’s Tex Mex BBQ, Magic Mike’s Smoke Meats, Mozzarepas, Nip N Truck, Ohana Food Truck, Pizza Veloce, Sherri’s Crab Cakes, Star of the Sea Seafood, Strollos, Tacoholics, Little Sicilian Riceballs, The Mexiboys, Tony’s Italian Sausage, and Twisted Steaks.



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