South Carolina Food Truck and Craft Beer Festival: Everything you Need to Know

Updated: Apr 20

Food, drinks, and fun are returning to the Soda City on Saturday, April 9 for the 7th Annual South Carolina Food Truck and Craft Beer Festival. This will be the premiere food truck experience that you won’t want to miss with over 45 food trucks and 25 national, regional, and local craft beers, seltzers, ciders, and cocktails in a can. Bring the family, eat to your heart’s content, and wash it down with some of Columbia’s best craft beer sensations. For seven years and counting, this is the food truck event you won’t want to miss!

Click here to secure your online presale tickets at a discounted rate. These discounted tickets are half-off and are only available online prior to the event.


Children 12 and under receive free admission, along with active military, veterans, and first responders!


A Taste of the Food Truck Lineup

If you have yet to treat yourself to the food truck trend, the 7th Annual South Carolina Food Truck and Craft Beer Festival is the perfect place to start! With over 45 unique, trendy, and gourmet trucks ranging from BBQ to lobster to dessert waffles, there will be a variety of eats for everyone to enjoy.

Here’s a small taste of what you can expect at the festival:


King of Fire Pizza

Chef Siler Chapman is a rising star in the pizza world. As a three-time world pizza champion, Chapman lives up to his title of The King of Fire. He’s been on the Food Network, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Steve Harvey Show, Good Morning America, and next he’s going to be at the 7th Annual Food Truck and Craft Beer Festival ready to serve up some freshly crafted pizza goodness.


King of Fire Pizza has been family operated since 2001 and will impress pizza lovers with a savory selection of wood-fired pizzas. With basics like cheese and pepperoni to more tailored offerings like the New Yorker, the Excalibur, the New Haven Lou, the Hawaii 5-0, and the Chicken BBQ, you’ll have to try the King of Fire Pizza for yourself to get a slice of the hype.


For more on the King of Fire Pizza and Chef Chapman, you can visit their website by clicking here.

Krystyna’s Authentic Polish Food

Looking for some delicious and authentic polish cooking lovingly prepared with family recipes? Krystyna’s Authentic Polish Food will be fulfilling that need when serving up pierogis, polska kielbasa, and eclairs at the 7th Annual South Carolina Food Truck and Craft Beer Festival.

According to the Krystyna’s website, Polish national cuisine shares some similarities with French and Italian food and is rich in pork, chicken, beef, winter vegetables, and spices. Polish food is also known for using a variety of different noodle types such as kluski and cereals such as kasha.


Krystyna’s Authentic Polish Food will bring a taste of Poland to the Soda City on Saturday, April 9. For more on the story behind Krystyna’s and Polish cooking, you can visit their website by clicking here.


The Donut Shack

It isn’t a food truck festival without mouthwatering desserts. The Donut Shack is bringing both great donuts and a multi-decade spanning dream to bring hot and fresh mini donuts to the Carolinas.



For Dawn and Duane Hunt, it all started when they discovered a Lil’ Orbits donut machine at the Charlotte Motor Speedway over ten years ago. According to The Donut Shack website, they were fascinated by the machine’s ability to make donuts and observed the donut creation process for twenty minutes. After witnessing donuts in the making, Dawn and Duane left with a new dream to share the joy of mini donuts with the world by starting their own mini donut concession stand.


As the years went on, the thought of owning a Lil’ Orbits donut machine stayed fresh in their minds and finally fate aligned in order to make their dream a reality in 2021.


Dawn and Duane Hunt will be bringing their passion for mini donuts to the 7th Annual South Carolina Food Truck and Craft Beer Festival with help from their new truck, The Donut Shack.

For more on The Donut Shack, you can visit their website by clicking here.


Craft Drinks and More!

With over 25 craft beverages on hand to order and enjoy, attendees are in for a good time. The festival will have both local favorites like Steel Hands Brewing, Swamp Cabbage Brewing Company, Wild Leap Sour Lemonade, Bold Rock, Columbia Craft Brewing Company and national brands like Michelob Ultra and Budweiser.

If you plan on enjoying some drinks, make sure not to miss our specialty packages online. Save money by ordering the Beer Lover’s Package, which includes three drinks and water, or if you plan on drinking some more, you’ll want to order a Beer 6-Package in advance!


Click here to order tickets online and save some money in the process.

We can’t wait to return to Columbia for a day filled with food, drinks, and fun! The 7th annual South Carolina Food Truck and Craft Beer Festival will be returning to the South Carolina State Fair on Saturday, April 9.


For updates on all FTFA festivals, you can join our #FoodTruckFAM by following us @FTFofAmerica on social media.

95 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All