VegfestUK Bristol 23rd-24th May

I love living in Bristol, it’s such a vibrant city and there is always something to do. At this time of year there are loads of outdoor food festivals and coming up on 23rd-24th May is VegfestUK Bristol. It’s Europe’s biggest healthy eating event and I’m really looking forward to taking the family along and eating lots of yummy healthy food!

VegfestUK Attracts a staggering 25,000 visitors to our lovely city and traditionally features an exciting trio of a vegan food feast. Family-friendly entertainment during the day which is perfect for us, followed by live music in the evenings if you fancy partying through the night.

Highlights for the daytime event include 15 caterers with a wide global cuisine of delicious vegan food, 150 stalls loaded with free samples (the best bit!) big discounts to be had and even licensed bars-let’s hope the sun’s shining. There’s loads of entertainment going on; Disco dome, Kid’s cookery, art and craft sessions and lots of talks about living a healthy lifestyle and lots more.

Photo credit-Flavour photos

Photo credit-Flavour photos

The evening features a house party on the Saturday night DJ’d by original resident DJ Alfredo alongside DJ Chris Cross, DJ Luminous and special guest Wonderpig. The Sunday evening sees a return to its traditional Vegfest reggae sunsplash roots, with DJ Ian Silk doing a reggae set. If we can get a babysitter I know Mr T would love this as we are both fans of reggae and it’s such fitting music for the relaxed Bristol scene.

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HITACHI HDC-1061E

Admission is by payment on the gate (no advance tickets) Tickets are £3.00 before 5pm and £5 after 5pm on both days. Kids under 16 accompanied by an adult are free!

More info on the Vegfest website.

*we have been given press passes to the event

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Comments

  • HonestMum

    Written on 1st May 2015

    Reply

    Oh my gosh, this looks ah-mazing, we lived in Bristol for 6 months before moving back to Leeds and we loved it, the people, the culture, the city, how creative and artistic it is, the food. Loved this post (added you to my Blog Roll too hun) x

    • Amy

      Written on 2nd May 2015

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      I wish I had known you when you lived in Bristol Vicki! It looks fab doesn’t it, can’t wait to go. Thanks so much for adding me to your blogroll too your support means so much xx

  • Nomita | Ebabee

    Written on 6th May 2015

    Reply

    Those cakes are what drew me in – they look stunning. I’m a huge foodie and love food festivals but never considered going to a vegan one. But you might just have convinced me to give it a try!

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