City of Rochester News Release - Public Market Food Truck Rodeo Continues May 29

(Friday, May 24, 2024) – Celebrating Rochester’s mobile cuisine, local beer, and fabulous live music scene, the popular Food Truck Rodeos event series continues this month with live music performed by Miller and Other Sinners from 5 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, May 29 at the City of Rochester Public Market, 280 N. Union St.

The Food Truck Rodeo attracts hungry attendees and dozens of food trucks selling a bounty of creative dishes, drinks, and desserts bursting with Rochester flavor. Co-hosted by Rohrbach Brewing Company, Food Truck Rodeos will take place on the last Wednesday of the month through September.

This year’s local entertainment lineup is more dynamic and varied than ever before, with regional acts performing blues, soul, funk, gospel, and rock.

After Wednesday’s Food Truck Rodeo, the remaining music lineup will be:

  • June 26: Cool Club & the Lipker Sisters;
  • July 31: Big Blue House
  • August 28: The Earthtones
  • September 25: Bill Schmitt and the Blues Masters.

Attendees are encouraged to carpool, bike, use transit, or walk to the event. Folding chairs are recommended because seating is limited on Market grounds.

Food Truck Rodeos at the Market are sponsored by the City of Rochester, Rohrbach Brewing Company, and the Market District Business Association. For more information, visit, and for updates, follow the Public Market on Instagram and Facebook (@CityofRochesterPublicMarket).


 The Administration of Mayor Malik D. Evans strives to create a safe, equitable and prosperous Rochester by inspiring hope and delivering opportunity for everyone. Guided by the Administration’s Mission, Vision and Values and the principles of the “Rochester 2034” comprehensive plan, City employees are committed to providing exceptional customer service, transparent stewardship, and collaborative leadership to foster a vibrant community that empowers personal, professional and generational growth for all who live, work or play in the city of Rochester.