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Laneway Food Truck Line-up Revealed

Laneway Food Truck Line-up Revealed

Following on from the confirmation of the inimitable Young Thug as our final act for St. Jerome's Laneway Festival 2017, we're excited to reveal our extended food offering for Auckland Anniversary Day.

We’ve already told you about our incredible new site at Albert Park precinct that combines the wonderful greenfields of Albert Park and the unique urban streetscape of Princes and Alfred Streets. Our resource consent has been approved and we’re excited about staging Laneway Festival in and around one of New Zealand’s premier parks - and one with an incredible history of live music.

We love quality food just as much as our music, and the new location allows us to take the food and beverage offerings for for 2017 up a notch. As ever, we’ve got New Zealand’s best gourmet food trucks.

We’ve got a selection of the very best burger joints parking up at Laneway, vegan goodness from Lord of the Fries and Wise Boys Burgers, gluten-free options and amazing flavours from around the globe. We’re excited to add the famous Moustache cookie bus to the line-up and Atomic Coffee and Crockys Cold Brew will keep you caffeinated throughout the day.

The new site allows us to spread the bars across the site, including the return of The Vivian wine bar. There’ll be plenty of space in the park for you to find a shady spot to relax and recharge for the next set you just can’t miss this Auckland Anniversary Day.

The full food truck line-up is:
Atomic Coffee - Bearded Clam - Bird On A Wire - Brooklyn Dogs
Che Lucio - Crockys Cold Brew - Coreano - Fatimas - Judge Bao - Langos
Lord Of The Fries - Manok - Miss Moonshine - Moustache - Serial Griller
The Fab Truck - The Rolling Pin - Wise Boy Burgers

Plus all the festival classics - hot chips, hot dogs and candy floss,
Karma Cola, The Vivian wine bar + bars scattered across the site

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