Here are 10 good reasons why VegfestUK London is not to be missed

The UK’s biggest vegan festival makes its return to Olympia London for the 5th year running this weekend.

  1. Eat loads of amazing vegan food from the Vegan Food Village consisting of 23 caterers, as well as other food stalls.
  2. Sample a cornucopia of cutting-edge vegan products from more than 260 stalls, and take advantage of lots of special discounts at selected stalls and save money on your vegan shopping.
  3. Meet up to a dozen or so vegan celebrities appearing in the auditorium, which will play host to a number of keynote speeches, a bodybuilding competition and a series of panels.
  4. Learn about the all-round benefits of following a vegan lifestyle in a wide-ranging series of talks at the event, including athletes, health, animal rights, radical veganism, environment and food sustainability, and activism.
  5. Pick up new vegan recipe ideas from live food demos from inventive plant-based chefs in the Cookery Demos Zone and the Living Raw Zone.
  6. Watch potentially life-changing documentaries on veganism in the cinema, with a small number of them making their debuts in the UK at VegfestUK London 2017.
  7. Socialise with more than 10,000 like-minded souls and make new friends in the vegan community.
  8. Learn about looking after vegans in their advanced years and related topics in the Mature Zone.
  9. Be entertained by dozens of vegan comedians, as well as a small number of musicians, in addition to a Art of Compassion Exhibition with vegan-themed art exhibits.
  10. Bring your kids to the event and let them learn about vegan cooking from in-house pirate Captain James Tea Cook’s lively and educational kids’ cookery classes, or
    indulge in magic shows and face-painting – kids under 16 can enter for free as long
    as they are accompanied by adults.

Get your tickets in advance now at

Advance tickets (day tickets) are £12 for adults and £8 for concessions plus booking fees. Tickets on the gate (day tickets) are £15 for adults and £10 for concessions.

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