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The UK’s Biggest Vegan Festival Is Returning To Kensington

By April Curtin

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Get ready for a plant-powered weekend of all things vegan.

The UK’s biggest vegan festival is back at the iconic Olympia London for the 7th year running, with more plant-based goodness than ever before…

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Since 2003, VegfestUK has led the way in creating dynamic uplifting vegan festivals, inspiring countless other vegan events across the globe, and playing a central part in the current rise of all things vegan!

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Explore the Vegan Food Village for some mouthwateringly meat-free goodness, and watch demos to master the art of vegan cooking yourself. Take a seat in the 450-seater auditorium to hear from 200 speakers: the experts in keeping it green. From fitness and wellbeing to animal rights and activism, these talks will inform and empower you to live a healthy life. 💪

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Head to the brand new Natural Therapy Zone, where you can be the first to get your hands on the newest eco-friendly products and brands, at discounted prices! Take a yoga class, speak to a therapist, learn from a nutritionist, or be inspired by lifestyle presentations from wellbeing experts. Don’t forget to check out the free gifts stall, too!

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In other areas you will find the Art of Compassion Project Exhibition, New Vegans Support, Radical Veganism, the Animal Rebellion stream, the Wildlife Summit and the VGN Climate Summit, covering every aspect of vegan life. Other new hubs of health will involve veganic growing, holistic health and plant based health. The live music stage will also be booming to keep the vegan vibes upbeat at all times! 🎵

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VegFest is expected to be another blockbuster show, with last year seeing 14,000 attendees across the weekend. So make sure you don’t miss out on this mentally and physically inspiring event, and book your tickets now!

vegfest-londonLocation: Kensington Olympia, Hammersmith Road, W14 8UX. See it on Google Maps.
Opening hours: from 10am–5pm, October 26 and 27.
Entry: Day tickets are priced at £13.20 for adults and £9.00 for concessions. Weekend tickets cost £22.00 for adults and £16.50 for concessions (prices for advance tickets include booking fees). A limited amount of tickets are also available on the gate at £15.00 for adults and £10.00 for concessions. Kids under 16 get free entry as long as they are accompanied by adults.
Tickets: book here!