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Philadelphia food trucks added to Baltimore's annual food-truck competition

The producers of The Taste of Two Cities, Baltimore’s annual food-truck festival and competition, have announced a date and site for the third go-around. And this year, for the first time, food trucks from Philadelphia will join those from Baltimore and Washington.

The event, which has been renamed a Taste of Three Cities, will be at Lots B & C at M&T Bank Stadium. Producers are promising over 50 trucks at the event, which they’re billing as "the largest food truck event ever in the state of Maryland.”

Details about times and ticketing will be released soon.

The first Taste of Two Cities event was held in June 2012 at the Westport Waterfront. The second edition was held in June 2013 at Rash Field in the Inner Harbor.

Both the Taste of Three Cities and the Friday-night rallies are produced by The Gathering Baltimore.

 

 

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