VegfestUK, one of Europe’s leading vegan brands, is bringing a delicious explosion of health conscious cuisine, ethical products, and entertainment to the shores of Brighton between the 24th and 25th of March.
Taking place at the heart of the renowned seafront, VegfestUK usually attracts more than 10,000 guests eager to immerse themselves in the colourful world of sustainability and plant based living. Almost 230 stallholders will be exhibiting fashion, art, and lifestyle products, while an array of 19 caterers will be offering vegan delights from around the world including the warming tasted of the Mediterranean from Greek Vegan Deli, the irresistible goodness of smoothies by Damage Limitation, freshly rolled sushi sensations from Happy Maki, and the American diner delights of Bad Boy Vegan Kitchen.
“We are thrilled to begin our year in Brighton. VegfestUK has now become an essential for those passionate about their lifestyle and delicious food and we look forward to welcoming every new and familiar face as we continue across 2018 with festivals in both Bristol and London,” said Alan Lee, VegfestUK organiser.
Some of the other attractions that can be found at the food festival include The FxEctive Factor competition for vegan musicians, Cookery demos from top industry professionals, The Vegan Academy that will house a series of tropical lectures on optimum health, creative exhibitions, children’s areas, and the Vegan Comedy Festival; all packed under one roof for a memorable experience.
Tickets are available via www.brighton.vegfest.co.uk/tickets, and until the 28th of February there is a BUY ONE GET ONE HALF PRICE offer available.