Food and drink vendors at the 2017 Austin City Limits Music Festival

You can’t make it through ACL Festival subsisting solely on tunes and beer and maybe some Tito’s. You’re gonna have to eat at some point. Once again, ACL Fest is rolling out a huge roster of local food and beverage operators. And this year, they’ve added a second location to grab your grub. In addition to the original ACL Eats food court on the north side of the park, there is also now an auxiliary Eats area with several vendors on the south side of the park (map here).

Screengrab: ACL Fest

This year’s vendors list includes longtime favorites like P. Terry’s, JuiceLand and Amy’s Ice Cream, and, as always, there are some new faces, as well. Forthcoming South African restaurant Peli Peli, a Houston import slated to open in Austin this year, will be on hand, as will Shake Shack and Kababeque. Last year’s rookies, Bananarchy, Way South Philly, Micklethwait Craft Meats and Wholly Cow, all return for a second go at it. Absent this year are Hat Creek Burger Co., the recently shuttered Mighty Bird and Freebirds. The ACL Eats vendors will accept cash, credit and debit cards along with the ACL Cashless payments.   Three-day passes for Weekend Two are still on sale, as are individual tickets for Friday and Sunday each week, along with discounted options for students and military.

The fest even made a tasty video to tempt you.

Other ACL vendors returning from last year include:

Austin’s Pizza

Burro Grilled Cheese Kitchen

Chi’Lantro BBQ

East Side King

GoodPop Popsicles

High Brew Coffee

JuiceLand

Lambas Indian Kitchen

Lonesome Dove Western Bistro

Maine Root Beverages

Mighty Cone

mmmpanada

P. Terry’s Burger Stand

Shade Tree Organic Lemonade

Skull & Cakebones

Sno-Beach

Southside Flying Pizza

Tamale Addiction

The Peached Tortilla

The Salt Lick

Tiff’s Treats

Tinos Greek Café

Torchy’s Tacos

Trudy’s

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