In addition, Stefanie Moir (Naturally Stefanie) and Rachel Ama will appear at the festival alongside Meg and Komie Vora, Founders of leading LA vegan fashion brand Delikate Rayne. In addition, America's largest plant-based food and drink festival - Eat Drink Vegan - will host the second stage at the festival with some of America’s top vegan thought leaders appearing to share ideas.
"Vevolution is all about empowering people to live happy and fulfilled lives, where we make positive contributions to our communities," Judy Nadel, Vevolution, Co-Founder, said. "It's amazing to see how Vevolution has grown alongside the rise of the plant-powered movement and we can't wait to celebrate inspiring people and ideas to change the world this November."
Her Co-Founder, Damien Clarkson, added: "We are incredibly proud to be bringing Vevolution Festival to the BFI in the heart of London’s Southbank. 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 - it’s all about coming together to help shape a more positive outlook for the future of the planet."
The festival is backed by a number of leading plant-based companies including headline sponsors BOL whose founders turned their entire business plant-based in July 2018.
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