With a rise in interest for vegan food and products, fairs and festivals to celebrate all things cruelty-free and plant-based are popping up.
One such festival is Vevolution, now in its third year.
The festival will take place on the weekend of 10 November and will be held at the iconic British Film Institute in Londons Southbank.
After last years success which included TED talks, panels, workshops, a vegan Dragons Den, and of course, lots and lots of delicious food stands, this year is set to be bigger.
You can expect to see vegan royalty such as Sunday Times bestselling authors BOSH!, who have their own Youtube channel, and chef King CookDaily, all of whom have been leaders in bringing veganism to the forefront.
Founders of popular LA vegan fashion brand Delikate Rayne, Meg and Komie Vora will be at the event as well as self-described gym shark Stefanie Moir (Naturally Stefanie). Food blogger Rachel Ama will also be at the festival.
Americans will get their share of the limelight too as the States largest plant-based food and drink festival – Eat Drink Vegan – will host the second stage. You can expect to see some of Americas biggest vegan names sharing their ideas.
Vevolution is the brainchild of Damien Clarkson and Judy Nadel who began the annual event after leading vegan talks in the past and realising the demand for it.
Vevolution is all about empowering people to live happy and fulfilled lives, where we make positive contributions to our communities, said Judy.
Its amazing to see how it has grown alongside the rise of the plant-powered movement and we cant wait to celebrate inspiring people and ideas to change the world this November.
We are incredibly proud to be bringing Vevolution Festival to the BFI in the heart of Londons Southbank, added co-founder Damien.
Around the world, plant-powered people are playing a huge role in shaping culture. Vevolution Festival 2018 is the gathering for the plant-powered generation – its all about coming together to help shape a more positive outlook for the future of the planet.
Tickets range between £45.00 – £103.50 and can be found here.
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