Could YOU Be A Face Of Scotland's First Outdoor Vegan Festival?

The fundraising campaign will be launching mid-October
The festival organizers are looking to raise £15,000 in 60 days once the campaign launches

Scotland's first ever outdoor camping vegan festival will be launching a crowdfunding campaign next month.

The festival - called 'V In The Park' - will take place next summer.

It will be located at the Cardross Estate, which is situated at the border of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park.

Campaign

The event organizers will be launching the campaign in mid-October, in a bid to raise £15,000.

They are currently looking for people to be featured in a video for the fundraising campaign - which will be shot on October 8.

V In The Park will be taking place on July 6-9 of next year, and will feature guest speakers, live music, and plant-based food.

You can sign up to support the campaign here and you can learn more about the video shoot here.

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