First Food Truck Rodeo of the season is Wednesday evening

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — First Food Truck Rodeo of the season is on Wednesday evening at the Rochester Public Market. You can enjoy a variety of food trucks and live music from the band Jumbo Shrimp.

The Food Truck Rodeo is held on the last Wednesday of the month. It runs from 5 to 9 p.m. Here is the schedule for the Food Truck Rodeo this season:

  • April 26 with Jumbo Shrimp (pop/rock)
  • May 31 with FolkFaces (blues, rock)
  • June 28 with Tommy Brunett Band (rock)
  • July 26 with iGNiTE Band (reggae)
  • August 30 with Junkyard Field Trip (indie)
  • September 27 with Big Blue House (folk rock/blues)

The city recently released its full 2023 market schedule, from the spring until the winter. You can see the full schedule here. Here’s the schedule for some of the spring events:

Community garage sales (April 16 to Oct. 22)

The market is holding its first community garage sale and superflea of the season on Sunday, April 16. Vendors will sell items including clothing, tools, home décor, sporting goods, vintage collectibles, artwork, and antiques.

You can register for a table to sell items for $35 a day on Sundays throughout the year. Vendors who register to sell will also get a parking space. You can learn more about vending at the annual series here or at the Market Office on 280 North Union Street.

The community garage sales run from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Here is the schedule:

  • April 16 and 30
  • June 18
  • July 2, 16 and 30
  • Aug. 13 and 27
  • Sept. 10 and 24
  • Oct. 8 and 22

Flower City Days at the Market (May 14 to June 11)

Gardeners can prepare for the planting season at Flower City Days at the market. Dozens of local nurseries are selling their stock including for growing vegetables and ornamentals. There will be annuals and perennials, hanging baskets, succulents, gardening accessories, and more.

All Flower City Days run from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Here is the schedule:

  • Sundays: May 14, May 21, May 28, June 4, June 11
  • Fridays: May 26 and Monday, May 29 (Memorial Day)