Groovy food, live music, fun activities coming to Blue Mountain Station
Foodstock 2022 will be held at Blue Mountain Station, 700 Artisan Way, in Dayton on Saturday, July 16, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free.
“This year’s event is shaping up to be a great one,” says Jennie Dickinson, Executive Director of the Port of Columbia. “Foodstock is a fun event with a carefree spirit. It happens in a beautiful rural setting on a warm summer day with family-friendly activities and easy access to great music, great vendors, and specialty food and drinks.”
Here’s what’s coming:
Of course, with a name like Foodstock, there must be food. Choose from among these options:
- Lola’s Red Hot Grill
- Smokin Rams BBQ
- Sweet Cheeks
- R&B BBQ
- Smokin’ Bandits
- Kiwanis of Dayton
- Co-op food specials
In the grand tradition of Woodstock, enjoy a variety of live music at Foodstock!
Foodstock 2022 includes fun and activities for everyone.
- Painting rocks
- Making tie-dye shirts
- Splashing down a water slide
- Browsing the wares of area artists and crafters
- Tasting wine, mead & premium liqueurs
During the day, several drawings will be held with giveaways to the winners, including:
- Traditional mead (from Bard & Bee)
- Movie tickets (from Liberty Theater)
- Bags of coffee beans (from Rey’s Roast)
- Chocolates (from Mama Monacelli’s)
- T-shirt (from Red Band Cellars)
How it all got started
The first Foodstock in Dayton was held in August of 2015 on the anniversary date of Woodstock. The idea originated with Regina Weldert, who owns Rey’s Roast Coffee, which produces wholesale micro roast coffee at Blue Mountain Station. Since 2015, the annual date has moved to the third Saturday of July to coincide with Dayton’s Alumni Weekend.
Special appreciation to this year’s Foodstock sponsors. Thank you for helping to make this year’s event fun and memorable!
- Blue Mountain Chiropractic
- Dayton Chronicle
- Elk Drug
- Emerge Technologies / Inland Cellular
- Forgotten Trails CBD
- Maura Trainor, LMT
- Red Band Cellars
- Liberty Theater