People aren’t just going for the music at Bonnaroo this year.
The music & arts festival, located an hour outside of Nashville in Manchester, Tennessee, will be supplementing the immense musical talent with a roster of food trucks and an extensive beer list.
Miami New Times is confirming that GastroPod is one of many trucks slated to appear at this year’s event, driving the mobile kitchen 850 miles from Miami. According to their Twitter, the long trip began on June 8th where they wrote “Bye Miami! We are Bonnaroo bound.”
The winner of Miami’s Best Food Truck in 2010, GastroPod will provide hungry music enthusiasts with new menu items such as the turboDawg and Dirty Chips, kettle chips cooked in pork fat and served with spicy mayo.
This year, GastroPod will appear alongside Food Truck Oasis veterans from all across the states, including North Carolina’s Eatbox and Tennessee’s Petro’s Chili & Chips.
Avoid getting overwhelmed and check out the Daily Meal’s Bonnaroo Survival Guide!