The Annual Vegan Night Market Is Back In LA This Weekend

Los Angeles-based vegans can indulge in delicious food this weekend
Visitors can enjoy vegan treats from Donut Friend (Photo: DonutFriend Instagram)

Vegan Street Fair Nights - the annual vegan night market - makes its comeback in Los Angeles this weekend.

The two-night event will feature vegan culinary eats curated by Insta-famous Tim Moore, known as @VeganFatKid, as well as games, entertainment, and a beer garden.

Taking place at The Federal Bar in North Hollywood, the night market will offer a wide range of animal-friendly delights.

What's on

Visitors will have the chance to indulge in decadent vegan food from vendors such as Bling Bling Dumpling, The Wild Chive, and Donut Friend.

There will also be two DJs, and a live performance by the '80s cover band FlashPants.

"It’s like having all of our closest friends over for a party packed full of delicious vegan food from across SoCal," said the event's creator Jessica Schoech.

"And since VeganFatKid hand-picked the food, you know it’s going to be off the chain."

Tickets

Ticket holders must be 21 or over on Friday night, while Saturday's event is family-friendly - with children 12 and under entering for free.

General admission tickets are $30 at the door, or $24 when bought in advance.

The vegan street fair will be taking place on Friday, September 1, and Saturday, September 2 from 4pm to 11pm.

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