“It’s exciting how big this has gotten,” said Shane Reiser, Head Foodie. “It’s been so much fun organizing it and working with vendors. We’re so proud and humbled to see the large crowds show up every time — it’s a great vibe!”
The Vegan Night Market and @DeathFreeFoodie are back with more food and even more space! It’s all going down on Saturday, December 2 from 7 – 11 p.m. at Owls Club (236 S. Scott Ave.) and the entire lawn surrounding the Children’s Museum (200 S. Sixth Ave.).
This weekend’s event (rain or shine!) will have more than 40 vendors including food trucks, local vegan makers, free professional photos, and two DJs to keep the party going. Plus, keep an eye out for Yanni the Yeti from Wonky Times! Have your camera ready because he’ll be stompin’ around the premises of Owls Club and the Children’s Museum lawn.
Also, if you’ve got an ugly Christmas sweater, iron out the wrinkles and show it off during the market.
Keep scrolling to see this weekend’s vendors and we even have a map. Start planning your vegan adventure!
Attention, Insiders! In the Tucson Foodie app, navigate to the “Insiders” section and you’ll find multiple deals and freebies from 16 of our participating vendors. Just show each vendor the app and click the checkbox next to each goodie. Have fun and thanks for supporting local!
There’s plenty of parking downtown, whether it be at any of the meters (they’re free after 5 p.m.) or in a nearby garage. Heck, park on the west side of I-10 near the MSA Annex and hop on the Sun Link. You’ll be at the market quicker than the amount of time it takes to read the ingredients on a package of bologna.
The Vegan Night Market is family-friendly, including your fur babies in the outdoor area — 21+ in the bar.
The Vegan Night Market will be located at Owls Club, 236 S. Scott Ave., and across the street at the Children’s Museum lawn, 200 S. Sixth Ave. For more information, visit vnm.tucsonfoodie.com. To keep up with the latest, follow Death Free Foodie on Instagram.
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