On Saturday, June 2, from 1:00p.m. until 8:00 p.m., the 2nd annual Truck Stop: Food Truck Rally Summer Series features dozens of mobile kitchens that line Welton Street, from 25th Street to 29th Street, in Denver’s Five Points. Two Parts partners with Mile High Festivals again this year to continue the four-part community event and honor the neighborhood where the festival made its inaugural debut.

A full-on catered block party. Photo credit: Adam Gardner

“Having Truck Stop back in Five Points for it’s first installment of the year is exciting simply because we are bringing people together,” says Norman Harris, owner of Mile High Festivals. “The experience that Mile High Festivals brings in regard to understanding the cultural heritage of Five Points, paired with the innovative concept from Two Parts is an awesome combination with great outcomes.”

Eat, drink, repeat. Photo credit: Adam Gardner

The Food Truck Rally offers a diverse variety of small-bites, local craft beer, cocktails and a fluid soundtrack courtesy of local musicians.

Musical performances by MU$A, Sethe, Mile High Soul Club, Venus Cruz, Nakira, Alex Anderson, Clay Cornelius and Gods of Groove featuring Secs Peterson, continues throughout the day.

We be jammin’. Photo credit: Adam Gardner

“Five Points has a vibrant and rich history,” says Casey Berry, co-owner of Two Parts. “We’re excited to bring Truck Stop back with an opportunity to celebrate the neighborhood while enjoying delicious bites.”

From the window to the wall. Photo credit: Adam Gardner

Truck Stop is a family-friendly, entry-free event with multiple ticket options to purchase food and beverages. Guests who RSVP prior to June 2, are entered to win $100.00 Truck Stop gift cards, drink tokens and more. Dates, locations and additional details for the upcoming Truck Stop: Food Truck Rally Summer Series can be found at TruckStopRally.com

Cheers to free fun. Photo credit: Adam Gardner

“We’ve got something for everyone with an insane lineup of food, beverage and music,” says Berry. “Expect a party at every intersection!”

*Header image photo credit: Adam Gardner