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Vancouver's Biggest Food Truck Festival Is Back Next Week

This Canada Day Long Weekend get excited for the biggest food fest to return! Head to Olympic Village for food, drinks, and entertainment!

READ ALSO: 18 Bucket List Foods You Have To Try At North Vancouver's Biggest Night Market

Featuring local cuisine with outdoor brunch and a BBQ, which is new this year, there is bound to be something for everyone. The festival includes live music, a TED-Talk style speaker series as well as over 80 food trucks, wineries and breweries. The YVR Food Fest is back and better than ever!

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This food truck festival is from June 27 to July 3 and tickets start at $30 for two drinks (alcoholic or non-alcoholic) and 8 food tokens than can be used towards any of the food vendors. It is recommended to purchase tickets in advance, but they will be selling tickets at the door as well.

Every vendor has different prices, but you can expect food items to range from $3-$15 depending on the vendor. Beer and wine will be $5 a glass (YAAAASS).

Vendors that you can be excited to see there are Disco Cheetah, Beljam Waffles, Timbertrain Roasters, Flying Pig and The Reef.

via @yvrfoodfest

So what are you waiting for? Celebrate Canada Day at this amazing food festival that is fit for everyone (even kids who get in free if they are under 12). Check out YVR Food Fest for more details! 

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