About the Roundup
The Roundup is a food truck party of epic proportions. Come help us take over the field of the Goodyear Ballpark on Saturday, September 28th. We’re bringing the best food trucks in the Valley, live local music, great selection of beer, wine, cocktails, Topgolf activities, and a kids zone. Bring the whole family, all of your friends, and some sunscreen! Admission to The Roundup is free, and every dollar you spend on adult beverages, as well as a portion of food proceeds, go directly to great West Valley charities. Gates open at 4 PM, and we all get kicked out at 10 PM. Doing good and having a great time; finally, some multitasking that makes sense!
As with many of the Mavericks’ events, we like to give folks the opportunity to take it to the next level; and it’s no different for the 2019 Roundup.
Join your favorite friends in the Fry’s VIP Club Party Pavilion for an event you won’t soon forget. The $100 ticket not only makes you a supporter of great charitable causes in the West Valley, you also get to enjoy catered gourmet small plates from our high-end VIP restaurant sponsor, an open bar stocked with a variety of craft and domestic beers, wine, cocktails, premium parking access, and a full, yet tastefully shaded, view of The Roundup. That includes a good look at the stage, where local music acts will play their collective hearts out for you.
A Ballpark Full of Food Trucks
Hillbilly Deluxe is a high energy band that will bring the giddyup to any event, festival, party or bar. This group of well accomplished musicians, has the vocal and instrumental versatility to cover any style, genre or artist.
Our song list includes Garth Brooks, Shania Twain, George Strait, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Miranda Lambert, Pat Benetar, The Rolling Stones, Journey and many other artist. We are ready to bring the party to you!
2019 RoundUp Stage Sponsor
Kody Raine Trio
The Kody Raine Trio is the most recent musical project of singer, guitarist and Arizona native, Kody Raine. After performing in various groups around the valley for most of his life, the last six years have taken Kody beyond state lines to venues all over the southwest-opening for acts such as Sammy Kershaw, Maddie and Tae, Jon Pardi and Colt Ford, to name a few.
This summer, Kody Raine set out on his own exciting new path and is diligently working on writing and recording his own solo album.