GRAMMY Awards After-Party Menu Will Be Its Vegan-Friendliest Yet!

Published by Katherine Sullivan.

As more musical artists than ever are going vegan, the Recording Academy is adding a variety of delicious vegan options to this year’s GRAMMY Celebration menu after working with PETA to expand its offerings.

For the first time, the Recording Academy has ensured that each food station at the GRAMMY Celebration will have a fully vegan option. These tempting dishes—provided by Taste of L.A. by Levy—include Spaghetti di Zucca with organic spaghetti squash and zucchini blossoms, fresh seasonal verdure served with romesco sauce, shaved Brussels sprouts salad, and an assortment of vegan cupcakes.

Courtesy of the Recording Academy™ | Photo by Vivien Killilea Best, Getty Images © 2019
Spaghetti di Zucca

This year’s official GRAMMY Awards after-party will be the kindest one yet, thanks to the Recording Academy’s delicious new vegan-friendly menu. Word of these creative animal-free options will be music to the ears of anyone who wants to save living beings, help the environment, or simply make a healthier choice.

You can make kind choices, too!

Other vegan stars who’ve previously attended music’s biggest night include Moby, Jhené Aiko, RZA, Mýa,, Leona Lewis, Tony Kanal, and Travis Barker.

Throw Your Own Vegan GRAMMY Awards Viewing Party

The 61st Annual GRAMMY Awards will air Sunday, February 10, at 5 p.m. ET on CBS. Choose from hundreds of delicious, easy-to-make vegan recipes that you and your fellow partiers will enjoy, and click below to get a free vegan starter kit mailed directly to your door.

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 Ingrid E. Newkirk

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