Vegan Coachella? Postmates and Festival Team Up to Deliver Grub To Partiers
Are you going to Coachella or another music festival this year? You might be able to take advantage of a new service to easily get vegan eats at the venue from a variety of vendors. Keep reading to learn more about this fantastic new service.
Coachella is one of the largest music festivals in the world. The high price makes it somewhat exclusive and every year they have some of the most famous music artists performing at the festival. To sum up the festival experience, you camp out in the desert and attend a wide variety of music performances from some of today’s most popular artists. The kickoff of the 2019 festival is fast approaching and this year there will be artists including Childish Gambino (also known as actor Donald Glover), Solange, Ariana Grande, Khalid, Wiz Khalifa and Billie Eilish, among others.
With any festival, it is important to make sure that you drink plenty of water (more than you probably think you need), get plenty of sleep, and eat plenty of food that will keep you fueled throughout the three-day event. A new service from Postmates, which is set to arrive just in time for Coachella, will allow attendees to pre-order their meals and pick them up at the venue. This is great for everyone, but especially those who follow a specific diet such as veganism. Festival food is generally overpriced and rarely caters to those with dietary restrictions.
Potsmates and AGE have teamed up to make what many hope will be a successful and effective collaboration: a “skip-the-line” system where festival goers can pre-order a meal through the festival app and pick it up in minutes, according to the festival. This can be especially helpful if you have limited time when running between stages but are in need of a meal.
Vegans attending the festival, feel free to rejoice because there are many plant-based options available through this service. Vendors such as Veganitos, Monty’s Good Burger and Ramen Hood will be serving food for the festival.
Will you be attending Coachella this year? If so, will you be trying this “skip-the-line” meal service? Let me know in the comments below.
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