UK plant-based festival Vevolution will make its international debut this Spring.
The festival will take over a stage at the SEED Summit, Los Angeles on the second day of the highly anticipated event on May 24.
The SEED summit features workshops, panels and networking hosted by some of the world's most renowned influencers, experts and celebrities in the wellness and plant-based space.
Since launching in late 2016, Vevolution has become renowned for highly produced TED-style events, featuring talks by thought-leaders in the vegan movement.
According to the organization, the collaboration between Vevolution and SEED Food and Wine 'represents an international alliance of thought leaders and progressive ideas in the plant-based space'.
Henry Firth and Ian Theasby from BOSH! will be at the event
Vevolution can reveal that the founders of BOSH! Ian Theasby and Henry David Firth will be heading to LA with the Vevolution Founders Damien Clarkson and Judy Nadel to appear on the Vevolution stage at the SEED Summit.
Speaking about the collaboration, Vevolution Co-Founder Damien Clarkson said: "We want to transform the global food system and get people living happier and healthier lives.
"This requires global change so partnering with SEED Food & Wine and Eat Drink Vegan made perfect sense to us.
"We share a vision for creating a global community of people awakened to their potential to be a part of creating a better world."
The SEED Summit will take place on May 23-24 2018, as part of Seed Food and Wine Week LA, along with a variety of film, fashion, wellness and culinary events leading up to the main event, Eat Drink Vegan taking place at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena on May 26.
Tickets are on sale for the SEED Summit here
Vevolution is currently running series of monthly events in at The Trampery in Shoreditch, London called Vevolution Topics
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