The City of Morrilton Presents
Drop off in front of the main stage after 2:00 pm. Judging begins at 3:00 pm. Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places in youth and adult divisions.
LIVE MUSIC WITH LOCAL FAVORITES
The music of local artists will fill the air all day, ending with Matt Stell at 8 pm. View the full lineup at munchinonmain.com.
POP-UP CITY MARKET
Artisan crafters, local shop owners, and community organizations will be on-site showcasing their goods and services as part of the pop-up city market.
Event attendees age 21 and over can enjoy a domestic or craft beer throughout the day in the beer garden. Beer sales will conclude at 8:30 pm.
FREE ATTRACTIONS FOR CHILDREN
Bounce houses, kiddie rides, and other attractions for children will be set up for families to enjoy free of charge from 11 am to 6 pm, weather permitting.
Morrilton is hosting its second annual Favorite Food Truck Competition! Food trucks will battle it out in a fight for this year’s title.
FEATURING A FOOD TRUCK FACE-OFF
All plans are subject to change based on availability and participation.
Questions? Call 501-404-8604.
3,500 ATTEND SECOND 'MUNCHIN ON MAIN STREET'
An estimated 3,500 festival-goers attended the second annual Munchin on Main Street festival in downtown Morrilton on Sat., March 24. The event more than doubled in size from last year and was hosted by Main Street Morrilton along with the City of Morrilton, presenting sponsor for 2018.
Twelve food trucks, 35 vendors and non-profit groups, the CC Kruzzers car club, free rides for the kids, and more than 100 volunteers from the community came together for the second year of the festival. The Akeem Kemp Band, Matt Stell, Maximum Overdrive, Chasity Bailey, Dylan and Hannah Kordsmeier, Faith Thomas and Ayla Hoelzeman kept crowds entertained from the Wayne Smith Trucking stage all day.
Winners of the Conway County Extension Homemakers pie baking contest are: first place youth, Katie Alden, strawberry peach pie; second place youth, Ralen Criswell, pecan pie; third place youth, Zaniah Hardiman, sweet potato pie; first place adult, Kimberly Alden, mixed berry pie; second place adult, Gladys Mock, apple pie; and third place adult, Carma Garrett, pecan pie. The pie contest raise almost $200 for the Room 29:11 foster care closet.
Road Hog BBQ won the Food Truck Face-Off for the second year with the highest dollar amount in sales for the day. Vince Scherrey and his crew took home bragging rights as Morrilton’s favorite food truck again until next year’s event. The 12 trucks participating in the event reported combined sales of more than $24,500.
The Munchin on Main Street planning committee would like to thank the following sponsors and community partners for making this event possible: Main Street Morrilton, the City of Morrilton, Morrilton Police Department, Morrilton Area Chamber of Commerce, Uncommon Communities Committee, Conway County Regional Water, KVOM, Arvest Bank, Green Bay Packaging, UACCM, TTEC, Mayor Allen Lipsmeyer, Wayne Smith Trucking, Jonathan E. Kelley for City Attorney, CHI St. Vincent Morrilton, Rock House Cabin, Robinson Enterprises, Centennial Bank, State Representative Rick Beck, Community Service Inc., Petit Jean State Bank, Conway County Farm Bureau, Petit Jean Meats, Maus Implement, Merle Norman and More, Haynes Home Center, Hagans Dodge, York Spinal Care, Brookridge Cove Nursing and Rehabilitation, Koontz Electric Company, Campbell and Company Insurance, South Conway County School District, Attorney Dale Lipsmeyer, Conway County 4-H, Morrilton Kiwanis Club, Century League of Morrilton, Sacred Heart Key Club, Lisa's Signs and Banners, and Arka Valley Liquor.