Uncommon Markets to Join Street Eats Food Truck Event

street eats uncommon marketsThe Western Region’s premier food truck event — Street Eats – at Salt River Fields, returns with a new date, Feb. 11 & 12, 2017, 11am-6pm, for a weekend packed with more than 70 food trucks dishing out everything from comfort classics to gourmet grabs. Plus, festival goers get more bang for their buck with this year’s ticket that includes admission to UnCommon Markets, a showcase of goods handcrafted by regional artists and artisans.

Uncommon Markets

UnCommon Markets highlights a vast array of artists and goods; from art that benefits social change to upcycled home furnishings, serving as an ideal source of custom goods, perfect for those on the list who have everything. The monthly market joins the Street Eats footprint and adds to the weekend of festival fun.

More Details

Additional Street Eats details will be announced soon, including food trucks, cooking demonstrations, musical entertainment, special beverage options, and more.  Also, in the coming weeks when fans visit a food truck, they can post a photo of the truck on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram using #streeteatsaz, and become eligible to win tickets to Street Eats.


General admission is $12; children 12 and under FREE.  VIP tickets in 2017 are $50 and include six beverages, four food tokens, access to the VIP Lounge, and private restrooms. For tickets and information, visit http://saltriverfields.com/Events.aspx

About Salt River Fields at Talking Stick

Salt River Fields is a central landmark within the Talking Stick Destination. Completing its sixth MLB Spring Training season in 2016, the world-class, LEED Certified Gold venue serves as Spring Training home of the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Colorado Rockies, and was named #1 Spring Training Destination by Sports On Earth featured on MLB.com. The facility is surrounded by some of the world’s most beautiful mountain panoramas, and is a popular year-round destination for major community events. Salt River Fields is an enterprise of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community and has earned multiple awards including Ballpark Digest Ballpark of the Year, Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence, Phoenix New Times Best Place to See a Spring Training Game and multiple Best Spring Training Field by Arizona Foothills Magazine.  Visit www.SaltRiverFields.com


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