Comedian Simon Amstell will be appearing at this Summer's Vegan Camp Out.
The event, which sees people from all around the world come to spend two nights camping together, will feature inspiring figures from the plant-based and vegan worlds.
The comedian - and director of vegan mockumentary Carnage, will be joined by vegan athlete, entrepreneur and advocate Heather Mills. In addition, there will be a screening of highly-anticipated animal rights documentary Dominion.
Footage from last year's event
Amstell and Mills will be joined by a list of inspiring figures from the plant-based and vegan worlds. They include vegan MP Kerry McCarthy, fitness YouTuber Hench Herbivore, PETA President Ingrid Newkirk, Dr. Neal Barnard, and Dr. Melanie Joy.
Event Founder Jordan Martin told Plant Based News: "The Vegan Camp Out is the UK's largest outdoor vegan festival where thousands of people from all around the world come together to spend two nights camping together, with some of the world's biggest names in animal rights as guest speakers."
Martin, who goes to lots of music festivals, added: "I realized there wasn't a music-like camping festival for animal rights so thought it would be a good idea to start one up."
Plant Based News is the media partner for the event which will take place on August 17-19 at Newark Showground in Nottinghamshire.
To find out more about the event and buy tickets, visit the website here
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