Latrobe, Penna-- The Lincoln Highway Experience’s annual Lincoln Highway SupperMarket is returning to the Route 30-based museum this summer for its eighth year. The popular weekly open-air food festival will take place on 13 Wednesdays from June 2-August 25, 5 – 8 p.m., weather permitting, at the Lincoln Highway Experience’s grounds at 3435 Route 30 East in Latrobe.

Guests can enjoy breezy summer evenings on the spacious lawn with great food from local chefs, BYOB, and live music.

“We are thrilled to be hosting another season of SupperMarket” said Lauren Koker, executive director of the Lincoln Highway Experience. “This is hands-down our most popular event here at the museum.”

The cost is $5 per car for admission. Additional cost for food purchased from chefs’ booths. Tables are limited, so it is suggested that attendees also bring chairs or blankets, especially if you will be arriving late. No outside food or pets are permitted.

The 2021 participating local chefs are Aroma Italiano, Chef Dato’s Table, Connections Café, Grateful Smoke BBQ, Blended n’ Brewed, and Bella Terra Vineyards.

The Live Entertainment Schedule for this year’s SupperMarket is:

  • 6/2/21 - Three Good Reasons
  • 6/9/21 - Tim Roberts & Stacey Meyers
  • 6/16/21 - DejaVu
  • 6/23/21 - Detention
  • 6/30/21 – Gary Stewart
  • 7/7/21 - The Hamilton Ave. Band
  • 7/14/21 – Max Keefer
  • 7/21/21 – Adam Fitz
  • 7/28/21 - Detention
  • 8/4/21 – Tim Bush
  • 8/11/21 - DejaVu
  • 8/18/21 – Gashouse Annie
  • 8/25/21 - Tim Roberts & Stacey Meyers


For more information, contact Lauren Koker, Executive Director of the Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor at or 724-879-4241. 



The Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor is a nonprofit organization that identifies, conserves, promotes, and interprets the cultural, historical, natural, recreational, and economic resources along the 200-mile Lincoln Highway in Westmoreland, Somerset, Bedford, Fulton, Franklin and Adams counties in Pennsylvania. For more information, visit