It was a beautiful fall day, with temperatures approaching 80. Lines were long at a few trucks, but the event ran more smoothly than last year.
This year, to help cut down on the length of the lines, trucks accepted food tickets as opposed to cash, debit or credit. Each item was a number of tickets. For example, a Thai basil limeade was three tickets, a grilled cheese with bacon was 5 tickets, lobster mac n' cheese was 8 tickets and a frozen hoagie was 4 tickets.
There were two ticket options - $13 for 10 tickets or $25 for 20 tickets.
Framingham Selectmen Chair Charlie Sisitsky cut the ribbon to open the five-hour food truck festival at 10:55 a.m. with food truck festival founder Anne-Marie Aigner.