Truck Yeah Mobile Meetup Moved to Williamsburg

Posted on: September 28th, 2011 at 6:28 am by

On the Lower East Side, much can happen in little more than a week.  Like last-minute changes to the Truck Yeah mobile meetup event, which was originally scheduled for Saturday in the municipal parking lot at the corner of Ludlow and Broome.  Sources tell us that plans allegedly fell through with the DOT.

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Truck Yeah is instead motoring across the Williamsburg Bridge for the rock yard behind the Crown Victoria Bar (“Crown Vic” in hipster-speak).  Event organizers announced the move four days ago on their Kickstarter page.  And while the location is indeed different, the vendors remain the same.

As before, a comprehensive list of the participants:

Art Cart NYC
Bang Bang NYC
BangOn! NYC
Coolhaus Ice Cream Sandwiches
El Camino ARTRV
Etta Place
Gawker Artists
Green Pirate Juice Truck
Lonely Goat Dance Company
Rickshaw Dumpling Truck
Tiffany Nicole’s Mobile Vintage Shop
The Mud Truck
Truck Farm

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