London's VegFestUK will be welcoming the public this weekend in what is possibly the capital's biggest vegan event so far in 2017.
The festival, which is expected to attract around 15,000 visitors, will be held at Olympia on October 21 and 22.
Returning for its fifth year, the event will consist of up to 300 stalls offering a wide range of vegan and cruelty-free goods, as well as a health and athletes summit, among others.
The festival will be open to the general public following its trade and media show on Friday, which will be focusing on professionals leading the vegan movement.
Talks and demos taking place during the weekend include: an environmental and food sustainability summit, an animal rights summit, vegan comedy festival, as well cookery demos.
Plant Based News will also have a stall at the festival at stall number WJ6 - come say hi!
The event , which is one of Europe's biggest vegan festivals, is open from 11am to 6pm on Saturday, and 10am to 5pm on Sunday.
Tickets are on sale at £12 for adults and £8 for concessions. Get yours here
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