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NYC’s Meadows Music And Arts Festival To Offer Many Vegan Food Options For Festival Goers!

The Meadows Music Festival will be returning to New York city for three days on September 15th. With it’s amazing music, they will also be bringing tasty food. It’s not every day that you find a mainstream music festival with incredibly tasty vegan options. The dilemma most festival-goers face is that the “vegan” option is a subpar salad or some make-shift version of a “lettuce wrap.” More often than not, people carry in their own food, which adds a whole other hassle to your day. Well, this year you’re in luck! The Meadows Festival in NYC has a wide variety of food choices for meat-lovers and vegans alike.

Vendors include Try Vegan, Monk’s Vegan Smokehouse (which offers incredibly tasty alternatives to meat), Takumi Taco, TaQo Cup and so many more!

Along with vegan options, they also have vegetarian and gluten-free options, clearly aware of their target audience. For anyone with a special diet, it’s always an added worry that a festival or a restaurant won’t be able to cater to your needs. In a society obsessed with meat and animal products, it can be increasingly difficult to find even decent options. Luckily The Meadows Festival will ease your stress, so you can show up and enjoy the music with your friends. Even if you aren’t vegan, you definitely might want to still check out all of the options, because they are awesome regardless.

Buy tickets now to The Meadows Festival.

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