On August 24th, we learned that the 2022 Food-O-Rama was CANCELED, due to “concerns over staffing as well as safety precautions against COVID or other contagious diseases.”
See the cancellation announcement on Facebook
UPDATE: On Friday, April 15th, we learned that Food-O-Rama was pre-emptively postponed, due to a forecast of high wind and heavy rain. The new date is September 3, 2022.
View the announcement here, on Facebook
INFO below the line will be updated for 2023 at a future date. It is not currently accurate.
In 2022, Food-O-Rama returns to Grant Park. It is scheduled for Saturday, April 16th, from noon to 8 p.m., rain or shine.
This food truck extravaganza will include 50 of the best food trucks from all over the region, including a special Vegan Alley.
You can also enjoy craft beers, specialty cocktails, local arts and crafts vendors, and live music.
The event is FREE to attend — just bring your wallet and a valid ID if you want to eat and drink.
NOTE: If you are over 21 and plan to enjoy alcoholic beverages, you’ll need to purchase a wristband for $10. The price includes one free beer token. You can buy the 2021 wristband in advance online, or buy it on site.
Grant Park is a large, public greenspace in Atlanta. Its address is 800 Cherokee Ave. It is just south of Oakland Cemetery.
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As with all public festivals in Atlanta, alternate transportation is recommended because parking is limited. Uber or Lyft are good ideas. So is biking, or walking in on the Beltline.
The closest MARTA station to Grant Park is the King Memorial Station, on the blue and green rail lines.
According to MARTA, you should plan for a 17-minute walk to the edge of the park and another 20 to walk the length of the park itself. The MARTA Guide also recommends renting a Relay Bike at the King Memorial Station to get to Grant Park without a long walk. Taking a bus from the station is another option.
View MARTA’s detailed guide to getting to Grant Park.
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MARTA to Grant Park (the park)