Food Truck Face Off FAQs

FOOD TRUCK FACE OFF | CHOW DOWN FOR CHARITY AT LIBERTY PARK

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FOOD TRUCK FACE OFF - FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

When is the event?
June 30th from 4:00 PM to 10:00 PM in Liberty Park on the east side.

Is there an admission charge?
No! There will be no admission fee.

How do tickets work?
Tickets purchased prior to the event will be sold at the discounted price of $5.00 per ticket. Tickets sold the day of the event will be $6.00. Most food trucks will charge between 2-3 tickets per meal.

Where and when will I get my pre-purchased tickets?
You will pick up your pre-purchased tickets the day of the event at our Will Call tent.

Where is lost and found?
Will Call tent.

What portion of the proceeds go to the nonprofits?
25% of all proceeds will be divided among the 4 nonprofits.

Are beer and beverage tickets the same as food tickets?
Food Truck Face Off tickets are valid for purchasing beer, and soft drinks and water may be purchased with cash at the beverage station located within the event.

What family friendly (children’s) activities will be at the event?
Four musical acts will be performing live on stage throughout the night. We will also have a free screening of Wonder Woman starting at 9 p.m. Don’t forget to bring a blanket!

Where do I park?
There is plenty of parking at and all around the park, and there will be bike taxis in the area prepared to ride you to the event.

What if I don't use my tickets?
Unused tickets will be counted as a donation to the nonprofits.

Who can I contact for sponsorship opportunities?
Please direct any questions regarding sponsorship, media inquiries, partnerships, and tickets, to Amberlie Phillips at aphillips@ywcautah.org, and she will direct you to the proper contact.

How do I volunteer?
Please contact Yen at ynguyen@ywca.utah.org.

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