People stopped by the waterfront to try all kinds of food and listen to live music. There were also games and vendors from around town.
Organizers said the food truck festival mixes things up in the waterfront area.
"We really do it for variety. It's a different type of event. It's not really an event that's seen in this area so we felt it was a great addition to the many, many events that happen down here on the waterfront," said Denise Kimball, live events manager for Townsquare Media.
There were about 17 vendors to check out and an estimated 3,000 in attendance.