Vegfest, Europe’s biggest vegan festival, will return to Bristol’s Harbourside in May 2017.
The festival is in its 15th year and will take place on the weekend of May 20-21.
Bristol’s Ampitheatre and Waterfront Square will be the hub of the festival, which will feature stalls, live music and demonstrations.
Despite the weather not being kind, around 13,000 enjoyed the 2016 Vegfest Bristol which featured good food and good music.
Marshall Jefferson, Alison Limerick, Adamski, Criss Cross, Stereo MC’s and Andy Compton all played to the crowds.
The 2017 event will feature, as ever, vegan food and information during the day and live DJs and bands in the evenings.
The festival site will open to the public at 11am each day and close at 11pm on May 21 and 9pm on May 21.
There will be around 180 stalls, 15 specialist vegan caterers from across the world, four licensed bars, talks and cookery demos.
Cookery classes for kids and children’s entertainment will also be on offer.
Spaces for stallholders are still available with various rates available for traders and charities. You can find out more here.
The Vegfest website has more details on the 2017 event.
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