Attention, foodies and summer concert enthusiasts. A massive food truck festival and fundraiser is returning to Burnaby this year, and we’re betting you’re already familiar with the headlining talent.

Vancouver-based band Said The Whale will take the stage at this year’s Foodstock – the food bank fundraising fest put on by the Greater Vancouver Food Bank (GVFB) every year to combat food insecurity in the region.

Taking over the Swangard Stadium in Burnaby for a full day of tasty eats & drinks, Foodstock 2023 will feature a ton of local vendors, including Dageraad, Luppolo Brewing, and Pacific Breeze Winery.

 

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Note that this event is 19+, and tickets are $30 a pop.

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Half of all beverage sales and 10% of all food and marketplace sales for the event will go toward the GVFB.

The food truck festival will take place from noon until 5 pm on Sunday, June 18th. So mark your calendars and get ready for a fun foodie day. We’ll see you there, Vancouver!

Foodstock 2023

When: Sunday, June 18th
Where: 6100 Boundary Road, Burnaby
Cost: $30 per ticket