How Governors Ball is Different this Year

Posted on: August 31st, 2021 at 5:04 am by

GovBall in 2015

This year’s Governors Ball music festival is falling in step with the new COVID-19 policies that are the new norm for the music scene.

To get through the turnstiles this year, a full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result will be required to attend the festival. For patrons who are not fully vaccinated, a negative COVID-19 test result must be obtained within 72 hours (3 days) of each day they attend the event. Fans with questions about COVID-19 vaccines, or looking to find a vaccination location near them can visit

Founders Entertainment had also just released the food and beverage vendor lineup for the festival’s 10th anniversary. New York favorites such as Roberta’s Pizza, Big Mozz, Van Leeuwen Ice Cream, The Bao Shoppe, La Newyorkina, Wowfulls, Try Vegan, Milk & Cream and loads of others will set up shop for this iteration at CitiField in Queens.

Limited tix are still available for Friday and Sunday single day genrral admission. GovBall kicks off Friday, September 24th through Sunday, September 26th. Full food lineup below.

Roberta’s Pizza
Milk & Cream Cereal Bar
Big Mozz
Sweet Chick
Dank Nugs
John’s Juice
Spicy Pie
Arancini Bros
King of Pops
La Newyorkina
Van Leeuwen Ice Cream
Walter’s Hot Dogs
Lobster Joint
Davey’s Ice Cream
Destination Dumplings
Dō, Cookie Dough Confections
Gotham Burger Social Club
DiSO’s Italian Sandwich Society
Dyckman Dogs
Empire BBQ
Mac Truck NYC
Marty’s V Burgers
No Good Burger Joint
Palenque Arepas & Empanadas
Rise Brewing Co.
San Matteo Pizzeria e Cucina
Santo Ceviche
Flaming Wok
Nachos Libre
Takumi Taco
Taqueria Diana
The Bao Shoppe
The Better Pop
Four Boys Ent
Tojo’s Kitchen
Four Boys Ice Cream
Tica’s Burger Joint
German Schwenk Grill
Gordo’s Cantina
Herbos Kitchen
Efe’s Corndogs
Twist And Smash’d
Shady Grove Wraps
Souvlaki Gr

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