About Foodstock

Foodstock 2023 will be held at Blue Mountain Station in Dayton on Saturday, July 15, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

This year’s event features a variety of internationally influenced foods (including Mexican, Italian, American, Asian, etc). There will also be live music and activities, such as stringing beads, making tie-dye shirts, and playing yard games. While you’re here, don’t miss browsing the wares of area artists and crafters.

Admission to the family-friendly event is free.

The first Foodstock in Dayton was held in August of 2015 on the anniversary date of Woodstock. The idea originated with Regina Weldert, who owns Rey’s Roast. Since 2015, the annual date has moved to the third Saturday of July to coincide with Dayton’s Alumni Weekend.

Foodstock brings something fun for everyone

Food & drink

Enjoy eats, drinks and have fun sampling fare from food trucks and Blue Mountain Station vendors. Also taste wine, cider and premium liqueurs. Stock up on your favorites for later.

Live music

Every Foodstock brings talented musicians who perform outside on the lawn. It’s free entertainment and a fun backdrop for eating, shopping and relaxing.

Cool activities

Family fun activities include face painting, making tie-dye shirts, splashing down a water slide and shopping arts and crafts vendors. Raffle drawings too with awesome giveaways.

‘It was such a blast!’

“Last year the kids and I drove over to Dayton to check out Foodstock. I’d never been to one before. It was such a blast! Relaxing and fun at the same time. The food was yummy, and the kids loved the water slide. I liked the live music.”

Tammy James

Live music schedule

11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Calico Bones

1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
The Wasteland Kings

International eats & drinks

This year’s event will feature:

  • R&B Barbecue
  • Notorious P.I.E.
  • Walla Walla Shave Ice
  • Smash Tacos
  • Kiwanis of Dayton
  • Specials at the Co-op Market & Nursery

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