October 14 & 15, 2017 - 11:00 am to 5:00 pm

The Pocono Food Truck Festival and Art on the Mountain have teamed up to bring you the best food trucks, art, crafts and live music in the region.

The best gluten free treats on a truck from Archer's Cafe. The Pocono Food Truck Festival will feature 25+ food trucks from the Pocono Mountains, Lehigh Valley, New Jersey, New York City and Philadelphia. Our food truck line-up will feature the best food on wheels ranging from sweet, savory, spicy and delicious. Festival attendees will get a chance to cast their vote for the best food truck.

Joyce Bambach is the Art on the Mountain coordinator The 7th annual Art on the Mountain Art Show & Sale will feature some of the regions most talented painters, crafters, photographers, sculptors and more. The Hope Lodge at Shawnee Mountain will house 65+ artists and artisans on two floors. The artwork on sale will fit any budget and taste.

2017 Food Truck Line-Up

The 2016 Pocono Food Truck Winners:
1st Place: Uncle Paul's Stuffed Pretzels
2nd Place: Fired Up Artisan Oven
3rd Place: Dump N Roll

Zinna EatZ: roasted rib eye sandwich, roast pork sandwich, half & half sliders, cheesecake cones, fried mac & cheese
House of Cupcakes: cupcakes, cookies, chipwiches
Little Sicilian Rice Balls: classico riceball, broccolirabe & sausage, roasted pepper & mozzarella, pizzaballs, strombolis, cannolis
Empanada Guy: 11 flavors of empanadas, cuban sandwiches, plantains, rice & beans
Uncle Paul's Stuffed Pretzels: variety of stuffed pretzels
Everything About Crepes: sweet and savory crepes and panini sandwiches
Jersey Johnny's: cheddar stuffed chili burger, deep fried jersey dog, cheesesteak, disco fries, fried mac & cheese
MeatWagon BBQ: traditional southern BBQ - ribs, brisket sandwich, pulled chicken, mac & cheese
David Nuss Concessions: 20+ varieties of specialty funnel cakes, deep fried oreos, fried nutter butters

*Food truck line-up is subject to change without notice.

Explore over 65+ artists and crafters on two floors in the Hope Lodge.

Event Coordinator - Joyce Bambach - Photography

Hope Lodge - Lower Level

Eric Goins: Outdoor photography
Louise Neal: Mud, Run & Wood - Handmade woven baskets
Richard Sommers: Sommers Workbench - Custom furniture from locally-sourced hardwoods
Julianne Duick: Pottery
Hidden Pastures Alpaca Fiber: Products made from fleece of Alpacas
American Rustic Designs: We design custom creations using Reclaimed Barn Wood. Patriotic Flags and Rustic Home Decor.
Barbara Hornstra: Painting
Lenny Gritz: Pottery
Andrea Robbins-Rimberg: Painting & Photography
Shannon Almanzar: Painting
Hadley's Earth Crystals: Old Age Crystals for the New Age Person
Lenni Gritz: Lakehouse Pottery - Pottery, porcelain and stoneware
American Rustic Designs: Salvaged barn wood creations

Hope Lodge - Upper Level

Joyce Bambach: Photography
Isabel Barbiero: Artist
William McKee: Photography
Star Mountain Studio: Dave Sandt - Photography and Digital Art
Cheryl Flatt: Quilting
Terry Flatt: Photography
Brielle Kilmer: It Works - Homeopathic and herbal products
Lori Jo English: McFarland Leather - Hand crafted leather gear

Clock Tower

Mountain Dog Candles: Homemade scented candle tins and tarts
Kelly Bain: Fine art painting
Bruce Lemler: Handmade wooden planters
Vegan Soap Exchange: Vegan and natural soaps, natural bug sprays, shea butter creams, lip balms
Jim Smeltz: Painter
Liz Smeltz: Jewelry
Chocolates Unlimited: High quality handmade chocolates
Pocono Soap: Handcrafted soaps, lotions, lip balms, local honey, jewelry, classes
Denis Andreevich: Painting
Andrei Protsouk: Painting
Dave Lissen: Wood carver
Bernice Craft Jewelry: Jewelry
Deborah Carter: Fiber products
Casade de Chick Designs: Individually Handcrafted Handbags & Totes
Joy Edgington: SamJoy Jewelry - Handcrafted Sterling Silver with Semi-Precious Gemstones

Trepp Lodge

Lee Cokelette: Carpenter and woodworker
Julia Gant: Pecan Brown - Jewelry, candles, soaps and bags
RD Works: Richard Feier - Wood turning
Patriotic Glasswerks: Stained glass & fused glass items
Robecca Lare: Jewelry
Robin Harris Rickard: Henna
Timeless Petals Jewelry:

Outside Breezeway

Hope Junction Antiques: Reclaimed wood furniture and home decor
The Soulful Stone: Namaste, Crystal, Tree of Life and Literary Jewelry
Jason Norment: Lil'Fruityz
Fit To Be Tie Dyed: Hand crafted tie dyed T-shirts, bandannas, socks, backpacks and tapestries
Sandy Doski: Premier Designs Jewelry - Hand made high fashion jewelry
Vickie Blanchard: Quilts
Chrissy Mauro: Crocheting

Porter & Sayles are a folk/pop duo from Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania consisting of singer/songwriters, Christian Porter and Regina Sayles. Combining acoustic guitar, mandolin and various other eclectic instruments, Porter and Sayles creates a unique modern pop sound with traditional folk inspiration. Before combining forces to become Porter & Sayles, Christian and Regina had established solo careers as songwriters and performers in their own elements. Christian and Regina first met in late 2006 performing on a joint bill in New York City. After realizing the short living distance between the two of them, Christian and Regina forged a musical friendship and would often feature one another at each other’s shows. Between solo careers, school and life in general, Porter & Sayles did not officially take shape until April 2015 when the duo decided to release a cover video of Sheppard’s “Geronimo.” The positive response to the video led to Porter & Sayles opening for Pat Benetar and Neil Giraldo’s 35th Anniversary Tour on July 4, 2015. You can download both Regina and Christian’s solo original music online and on iTunes.

Erin McClelland is one of the most popular entertainers in the Pocono Mountains, delighting audiences of all ages with dazzling guitar work and a unique voice. In addition to sharing the stage with such luminaries as John Popper and Pat Metheny, he also boasts a degree from Berklee College of Music in Boston as well as Masters' of Music from The University of Southern California. Currently an active member of his community he is also an adjunct professor at the Northampton Community College as well as Marywood University. Be sure to hear this wonderful talent, whose acoustic set ranges from blues to jazz to r&b and a list of cover songs ranging from classic to contemporary; we're sure you'll be tapping your foot to your favorite tunes!

Cannons in the Cornfield is a bluegrass/folk ensemble comprised of four members of the locally renowned rock and roll group The Quimby Mountain Band and a fifth musician, Joe Cirotti. Cirotti recently played with Kindy Friedman on a national tour. QMB founders Harry Noble and his brother, Bob Noble, come to bluegrass and folk music as a family tradition. Their father and grandfather played in local bands for many years. They are joined in Cannons by Jesse Bardwell and Matt Schmidt who plays with them in QMB.

Info coming soon...

Tickets & Parking

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A portion of every ticket will support the VALOR Clinic Foundation to help our veterans navigate through the process of recovering & rebuilding.

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Discount tickets are available online until 4:00pm on Friday, October 13, 2017.
Additional tickets are available at the gate during the festival.
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Festival Parking
All Parking is Free

Cash and all major credit cards accepted at the gate.
All coupons must be printed and presented at time of purchase.
ATM available on site.