Vegan Camp-Out has completed its line-up for 2019 - with Musicians Zak Abel, Shikari Sound System (DJ Set), and YouTubers Jon Venus and Mic the Vegan joining the bill.
The event - from August 30 - September 1 - will return to Newark Showground in Nottinghamshire. Attendees can expect camping, as well as yoga, live music, food, and talks from the leading figures in the vegan and plant-based worlds.
Other names on the bill include Earthling Ed, James Aspey, Akala, Erin Janus, Matt Pritchard (Dirty Sanchez), Dr. Michael Klaper, Avant-Garde Vegan, Alex Hershaft (Holocaust Survivor), Sonia Sae, Juliet Gellatley (Viva!), Mr Traumatik, and EpiVegan.
More than 5,000 people from more than 30 countries came to Vegan Camp-Out 2018
"Now in our fourth year, we are proud of our 2019 line-up and feel it offers something for everyone," Event Organiser Jordan Martin told Plant Based News.
"We are confident it's going to be the biggest and best Vegan Camp-Out yet!"
Date - August 30 - September 1
Location - Newark S
Price - £45, £25 for children
You can buy tickets here
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