A vegan festival is coming to Brum this month
Put that dairy away!
For those of you who attempted Veganuary, are full-time vegans, or simply want to see what this whole veganism thing is really about, this might just be the event for you.
Following on from the success of their festival last year, Farplace Animal Rescue are back in Birmingham again for another round of vegan goodness.
The event will take place in Edgbaston Stadium on Saturday, March 30th, and will feature 90 vegan stalls showcasing food, clothing and cosmetics.
Confirmed stalls include eco-friendly clothing company Viva La Vegan, organic perfume retailer Eden Perfumes, Korean caterers Love Kimchi, hot dog sellers Vausages, and dessert specialists Doughlicious and The Ice Cream Ladies. There will also be stalls holding talks and cookery demos. Yum!
The festival comes in wake of the recent cult status achieved by Selly's very own Vegan Munch, in addition to the already established popularity of Grand Central's Not Dogs. Digbeth Dining Club is now also hosting weekly vegan street food nights. 2019 is truly the year of the vegan.
Tickets are now on sale for the event which will run from 10:30am – 5pm on the 30th March, with VIP proceeds going towards Farplace Animal Rescue. This is a fab way to end the semester and do something good for the environment so make sure to get buying!
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