By YNN Staff | Your News Now
About 40 trucks lined up to offer a variety of foods from gourmet grilled cheese to barbecue favorites.
Organizers say more than 5,000 people turned out for the event.
“It’s really caught on like I said its grown and grown and we’ve kind of expanded the footprint of the site every time and so it’s unbelievable, people will wait a hundred people in line for poutine. It’s amazing,” said assistant recreation direction Jim Farr.
Food truck rodeos are held on the last Wednesday of each month in the summer. The next one is set for August 28.