These food truck vendors were totally awesome, they know how to rock the house! Woohoo thanks for rocking with Giggle and Riot guys, you were awesome!


These party animals were amazing at the SactoMoFo event! We were so glad everyone had just as much fun in the photo booth as we did.


Thank you to our fabulous guests for rocking and making our props look great!


Haha you guys totally rock! Thanks for making this event super fun and exciting!


This shot is super cute, we love how everyone no matter the age was ready to jump into the booth and get crazy!



Such riots these amazing people are! All these kids were so cute getting into the photos! Thanks guys for making this event a success!

SactoMoFo produces street food events throughout the Sacramento region.

Sacramento Mobile Food Events (SactoMoFo if you wanna get familiar) wants a level playing field for all mobile kitchens & chefs. We believe these entrepreneurs deserve the same conditions that other business people enjoy, and to further awareness and build support we produce street food events throughout the greater Sacramento region.

Sacramento Mobile Foods (SactoMoFo), began in 2011 with very modest ambitions: to introduce Sacramento to the fast-growing industry of street food. That April we held the first SactoMoFo food truck festival at Fremont Park, and we were incredibly humbled by the show of support, with an overwhelming attendance of more than 10,000 mobile food enthusiasts.

We’ve been continuing our efforts to promote food trucks and their delicious food ever since – pedal to the food truck metal. Our mission is now two fold: to improve access for hungry fans of street food, and to increase the visibility and viability for food truck businesses. Today SactoMoFo has organized, promoted and managed numerous large scale food truck festivals, and many more intimate recurring community events.

At SactoMoFo, we believe in the power of our shared food experience – in dining al fresco, forging connections between friends and strangers, sharing food at a communal table, and supporting the smallest of small businesses.


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