Music, Food & Summer Fun: A Guide to Feed More Festival

Published On July 11, 2016 | By Cassie Majewski | Community
Greater PGH Community Food Bank

Greater PGH Community Food Bank

Since the summer of ’95, local organizers at Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank have helped coordinate and host the production of the revered annual Pittsburgh Blues Festival.

This year, they’re bringing forth a new twist as the event is transformed into a day-long benefit concert–newly dubbed the Feed More Festival.

The change of name also comes with a change of scenery, as organizers continue striving to merge their mission of feeding those in need with audience entertainment.

feedmore_AngelaAutumnCashTaking place at Stage AE, Feed More Festival will feature a new structure and diversified lineup of genres this time around.

In addition to traditional blues features in previous years, the upcoming lineup will include a wide range of indie bands, presenting a fresh take on the former concept and taking on a unique new vibe.

This year’s lineup features: Cold War KidsThe Lone BellowThe Stone FoxesLucy DacusThe CommonheartDerek Woodz BandSwiss ArmyAngela Autumn CashThe Mixus Brothers; and The Pawnbrokers.

Check out a playlist of the artists on board below (photo by Franktuary):

As expected, Feed More Festival will also feature plenty of food options to feast on. A few of our favorite local food trucks will be onsite throughout the day of performances…

cold war kids

Cold War Kids

Check out the list of options where you can feed yourselves during the day’s festivities:

Brassero Grill

Gourmet tacos, burritos and quesadillas… Need we say more?

Rogue BBQ

A fresh twist on your classic BBQ. All dishes are made from scratch to ensure a delicious meal!


Giant Eagle Chicken Truck

Carnivores and vegans are all welcome here! Like its name implies, the food truck is entirely “hot dog centric”–including the beloved tofu dog.


A fan favorite, BRGR has a drool-worthy selection of juicy burgers, shakes and fries.

Giant Eagle Chicken

New to the city, Giant Eagle’s food truck is the place for all chicken-lovers, offering up a variety of choices for everyone.


Finish off your meal with some tasty homemade ice cream that can’t be found anywhere else!


Millie’s Homemade Ice Cream

In addition to music and food trucks: Artisans are welcome to submit work to I Made It! Market for an opportunity to join up with local craftspeople, and display or set up shop at this year’s fest!

Feed More Festival will be held outdoors at Stage AE (rain or shine!) on Sunday, July 17 at 2PM.

Check out the full schedule of live performances and be sure to grab presale tickets online.

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