Fireworks & Food Trucks Festival
Indulge in fantastic food truck eats featuring some of the best trucks in the region, all paired with live music all day long! Seven Springs will have it’s now famous Saloon featuring refreshing craft beers and cocktails.
To round it out, some of the regions finest crafters will be on hand to share their wares. And the party won’t stop when the last pyrotechnics are set off; you can finish the night at our 21 and over after party in the Foggy Goggle!
Food Trucks in Attendance
- Fatboy’s Food Truck and Catering
- Truckin’ Fresh
- Kona Ice of Westmoreland
- Ash and Kris Kitchen
- Hummus Pittsburgh
- La Catrina on Wheels
- Rogue BBQ
- Vagabond Taco Truck
- Vagabond H2O
- Mobile Chef
- Taste of Nawlin’s
- Revival Chili
- Ekernally Yours
- Speals on Wheels
- PGH Crepes
- Weiners Gone Wild
- 3-0-PHO TO-GO
- Kilimanjaro Flavour
- Wood Stoked Oven
- Cilantro & Ajo
- Ultimate Stromboli
- Food Coma Kitchen
- Miss Meatball
- Hoshi PGH
- Hoshi 2
- Hi Le’s Oriental
- Fry Master
- Cruisin Cuisine
*Keep checking back for more vendors!
**Vendors are subject to change.
With your General Admission ticket, you get entry to the festival, access to some of the regions best food trucks, three stages of live music and the largest firework display ever seen on the mountain!
Saturday, June 15, 2019 | 3:00 - 10:30 p.m.
- Access to some of the regions best food trucks
- The largest firework show on the mountain
- Live music on THREE stages
Special Offer for Adventure Lovers!
Anyone who purchases an All-Day Adventure Pass, Laurel Ridgeline Zipline Tour or Downhill Bike Park Ticket on Saturday, June 15 will receive a voucher for entry into the festival!
If you have already purchased a ticket to Fireworks and Food Trucks AND are doing the adventure activities above, just present your purchased ticket at either entry gate for a a refund,
Adult General Admission
- Advance Purchase per person
- At the Gate per person
Ages 11 & Under General Admission
- Advance Purchase per person
- At the Gate per person
Starting at $111.50 per person based on double occupancy.
Available June 15, 2019
- Admission to the Fireworks & Food Trucks Festival
- One night of lodging
For more information or to make your reservation, please call (866) 437-1300.
Hotel rates are per person, based on double occupancy. Price is subject to change and availability. Blackout dates may apply. Advanced reservations are required. Package cannot be combined with any additional discounts, coupons offer or contracted rate. Restrictions apply. Festival admission does not include food or drinks.
3-4:30 p.m. | West Stage
Spinning Jenny is a family band consisting of three sisters, Julia, Talia and Angelina, and their father, Dr. John Balzano. Dr. Balzano passed on his musicianship and love of music to his daughters at an early age. Before long, the girls learned how to play guitar, drums, bass and keys. That foundation led them to start their own band.
Spinning Jenny’s audiences can expect to hear a wide variety of genres, old-school rock and roll, current radio hits, and alternative rock favorites.
Spinning Jenny also writes and composes original music. They recently released their debut album, Outside The Lines, which mixes rock and pop to create a unique blend of songs. In 2017, Spinning Jenny won Diesel’s Battle of the Bands competition. And just recently, the band was selected as a featured musical artist for the 2018 Pittsburgh Pirates’ baseball season.
No matter what the future holds for Spinning Jenny, their love of music and bond as a family will continue to drive them.
4:30-6 p.m. | East Stage
Since 2005, this five piece cover act from Pittsburgh, PA has been blowing the roof off nightclubs from College Park, MD to Chicago, IL. With a diverse song list featuring some of the most popular rock, pop and hip-hop party tunes ever recorded, Radio Tokyo's hard hitting, high energy stage show garners the highest of accolades again and again. For these five seasoned performers, playing music and entertaining crowds are what it's all about. From freaking to moshing, to head banging to skanking, and even the occasional line dance, these guys know how to mix it up and throw a party.
6-7:30 p.m. | West Stage
The GRID has deep ties to and is inspired by the music of the 70’s and pays homage to artists from the Animals to ZZ Top and all stops in between…Tom Petty, Free, Bad Company, Zeppelin, Deep Purple, Stones and Trower. Focusing on producing a full, heavy, yet dynamic sound, the band transports its listeners through feelings that range from mellow to energetic.
Comprised of seasoned veterans who share their passion for music, The GRID was formed in 2008, and is based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The GRID is Don "DR" Rusczynski-Lead Vocals, John Mittner- Bass/Vocals, Jack Mrozowski-Drums and George Marcinko-Guitar/Vocals.
DR, the "Rock Doctor" is a former member of McGraw, Brighton, Summerhill and The Persuaders. John has performed with The Touring Band Ace High, McGraw, Brighton, Rock & Brass and Chuck Corby and Quiet Storm. Jack has played with Harombee, T-Dice, Streetheart, Jill West & Blues Attack, Tony Janflone Jr, and Night Life. George is an alumnus of BE Taylor, Darkhorse, Harombee, 8th Street Rox, T-Dice and currently is the Guitarist for Dancing Queen.
7:30-9:30 p.m. | East Stage
A self-proclaimed honorary Southerner, despite growing up north of the Mason-Dixon Line, Josh Gallagher has always been country to his core. If you didn’t know he was raised in Cresson, Pennsylvania, it’s unlikely that would be anyone’s first guess because his style takes country music to another level.
Growing up in the woods, attending bonfire parties and just simply being a country boy is what made Gallagher into the singer-songwriter he is today. The memories of the songs he and his friends cranked up loud in the back of those jacked up pickup trucks have definitely influenced who he has become as an artist. An aspiring professional baseball player, Gallagher found that music was how he was able to focus before games, and eventually his passion shifted from the diamond to a six-string.
Gallagher is known for bringing a certain energy to every stage he steps on, and that was one of the reasons he was able to become successful, finishing fourth on Season 11 of NBC’s The Voice. Being coached by both Blake Shelton and Adam Levine gave him invaluable knowledge of the music industry, and he’s brought that back to Nashville where since that time, he’s found himself as an artist and is set to release two EPs in 2019.
3-4:30 p.m. & 6-7:30 p.m. | Acoustic Stage
As a veteran of the Pittsburgh music scene, Rob’s journey has taken him from The Decade to CBGB’s sharing the stage with some his musical heroes including Graham Parker, Dweezil Zappa, Green Day, Daniel Lanois, Train and countless others. Rob enjoyed moderate success with 90’s band Dharma Sons. The band recorded three albums with Pittsburgh legend Rick Witkowski (B.E. Taylor, Crack the Sky) and captured the attention of press, radio and film as well as an ASCAP Songwriting Award. His shows include original songs and gems from yesteryear to today. Whether it’s a faithful rendition of a classic or an oldie with a new spin, Rob attacks songs with passion playing only songs that have moved or inspired him in some way. Eclectic in nature, Rob’s influences range from Crystal Gayle to Crystal Method, from Van Morrison to Van Halen, Three Dog Night to Snoop Dogg, from Frank Sinatra to Frank Black, from The Rolling Stones to Stone Temple Pilots…you get it.