7 Signs That You're At The Pitchfork Music Festival

You wait for 30 minutes for food before realizing that your only options are vegetarian

If you worked up an appetite and went to grab some dinner before catching Vampire Weekend, Purity Ring, or Danny Brown, you'd find yourself standing in a line at one of the many food vendors. You don't want to waste time being picky about your choice of food so you probably just hop in at the end of the first line you see. But if you're looking for a hearty plate of beef or chicken, there's a good chance you'll be disappointed at Pitchfork Music Festival.

Pitchfork caters to their audience in every way, and one of those ways is evident at the food stands. At any other music festival, sticking to a vegan diet might be difficult. At Pitchfork, it's the opposite. If you saw a sign for curry plates and waited in line hoping for some chicken, you left unfulfilled.

As one carnivorous attendee approached the counter at the curry stand, we overheard: "Wait, there's no meat? Are you fucking serious?"

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