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UPDATE: We have two winners: Jessica (PurpleJ247) and Poohbare311 are going to Seed. Enjoy!

In just a couple of weeks, Miami will be ground zero for the latest and greatest in plant-based eating. Seed Food and Wine Festival is bringing five days of health-conscious, cruelty-free (and totally delicious) eats and drinks.

The first culinary extravaganza of its kind, the festival will feature Alicia Silverstone, Matthew Kenney, Rich Landau, Kate Jacoby, and tons of other big names and plant-based brands.

So if you're dying to wrap your lips around some meatless eats, we're giving away a four-pack of tickets just for you, beloved reader. Check out how to win (and a special ticket discount code) after the jump.

See also: Seed Food & Wine Fest Announces All-Star Chef Lineup: Matthew Kenney Cuisine, Rich Landau, and More

So what are we giving away? Two four-packs of tickets to the awesome all-day festival in midtown Miami Saturday, October 18.

On the agenda are wine and craft beer tastings, food samplings from local restaurants and national brands, lifestyle products, green living swag, crafts, a farmers' market, tunes, a Strongbow Beer Garden, and the 22 Day Nutrition music stage.

Plus, there'll be two tents featuring seminars and cooking and gardening demos hosted by folks such as Brendan Brazier, John Salley, Maranda Pleasant, Mark Reinfeld, Jennifer Grace, Emily Nolan, and Leslie Bosson.

Wanna win? Leave a comment telling us why you want to go, and be sure to include an email address or Twitter handle so we can get in touch with you. We'll choose a winner by Thursday, October 9, at noon.

Oh, and even if you're not our big winner, you can still score 20 percent off festival tickets using the promo code NEWTIMES at seedfoodandwine.com.

Finally, a smorgasbord you can feel good about.

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