Photo courtesy of Get Local Arizona

Foodstock, hosted by Get Local Arizona Events in partnership with the Peoria Diamond Club, is returning for its sixth year, promising an impressive lineup of over 50 food vendors. This culinary celebration is set to delight the West Valley community on April 13, from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m., at the Peoria Sports Complex, 16101 N. 83rd Ave.

The event will showcase a diverse array of food trucks, offering both new and familiar flavors from across the Valley. Attendees are invited to indulge in a variety of cuisines, contributing to a cause that supports local businesses and aids hungry children in the West Valley. The Peoria Diamond Club, a notable nonprofit organization, will receive all gate proceeds to further its mission in partnership with affiliated charities.

“We are thrilled to feature some of Arizona’s greatest culinary minds in a variety of cuisines at Foodstock,” says Christa Esquibel, organizer and owner of Get Local Arizona Events. “And we are proud to create an event that supports local businesses and helps those who need it most.”

The festival is a family affair with an array of activities designed to entertain guests of all ages. From splash pads and playgrounds to face painting and bounce houses, there’s something for everyone. A modest admission fee of $5 grants access to the festivities, with children 12 and under admitted free of charge.

Food fans will also have the opportunity to vote for their favorite food truck, adding a competitive edge to the culinary showcase. Each food truck will offer a special $5 sample alongside their full menu, ensuring that guests can taste the breadth of flavors on offer. For those over 21, a full bar will be available within the stadium.

In alignment with the event’s community-focused ethos, parking is complimentary, and service animals are welcome. Guests are invited to bring a blanket and picnic on the field.

For more information, visit