Get ready for an event that’ll have both vegans and meat eaters pumped.
The Vegan Night Market is back with more food and more space! It's all going down on Saturday, September 16 from 7 - 11 p.m. at Owls Club (236 S. Scott Ave.) and across the street at the Children's Museum lawn.
Sponsored by Peach Properties, Children's Museum, Rio Nuevo, and Brings Coworking, the portion of downtown Tucson will be filled with a wide variety of food, sweets, cocktails, music, crafts, and even tattoos by a local vegan artist.
And here's the best part: entry to the Vegan Night Market is free! You only pay for what you want as you stroll around the outdoor patio and hang out on the lawn. Donations are welcome.
"I’m so excited for round two! I can’t wait to see everyone," said Hannah Hernandez, AKA Death Free Foodie.
The Vegan Night Market is family-friendly, including your fur babies in the outdoor area — 21+ in the bar.
The Vegan Night Market is happening at Owls Club, 236 S. Scott Ave. For more information and to keep up with the latest, follow Death Free Foodie on Instagram.
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