A huge car show and food truck festival is coming to the historic Goshen track
Winter has already overstayed its welcome, but soon temperatures will be in the 60s and 70s, and we’ll be looking forward to getting outside to catch some of the cool festivals happening throughout the Hudson Valley. There is certainly no shortage of festivals here in the valley. In fact, picking and choosing which ones to go to is the hardest part.
Music festivals, vintage car festivals, food truck festivals, barbecue festivals, beer festivals, etc., there’s probably a festival for that. And there is a really cool festival in Goshen in May. If you love cars and can’t wait to try some of the best food trucks in the Hudson Valley, you won’t want to miss this one.
This is the 5th Annual Orange County Volunteer Fire Police Car Show and Food Truck Festival on Sunday, May 22, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Historic Goshen Track at 44 Park Place in Goshen. Delicious dishes and desserts, live music from DJ Hot Rod and lots of very cool cars. Admission is free, but if you want to register a car for the show, it will cost you $15.
If you’re heading to the Car Show and Food Truck Festival on May 22, you might want to give yourself more time to explore. Goshen is not only the seat of Orange County, it is also a beautiful historic town with amazing homes, shops and restaurants. Not to mention LEGOLAND just down the road for the kids. Food, cars and music in a cool historic setting. Better mark your calendar now.
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