From Saturday, 27 October until Sunday, 28 October 2018 in Victoria Square, the Adelaide Vegan Festival will bring together local vegan and non-vegan communities to celebrate and promote a vegan lifestyle and vegan products. The festival was founded in 2007, aiming to explore a diverse vegan lifestyle and show how a few easy adjustments can lead to a more compassionate way of living.
The fun family and pet-friendly festival will include guest speakers, cooking demonstrations, live music, workshops, plenty of market stalls and even activities for the kiddies.
To introduce the festival this year, for the first time there will be an Adelaide Vegan Parade, starting from King William street to Victoria Square on the 27th of October from 9am until 10am. The parade will spread the vegan message while featuring colour, diversity and joy.
But don’t worry, you won’t have to break the bank to enjoy the two-day event. Entry fee each day is only $5 per adult or free for children under the age of 12 when accompanied by an adult.
So, get ready to stuff your face with plenty of plant-based goodies and experience all the fun the Adelaide Vegan Festival has to offer!
For more information head to the Adelaide Vegan Festival website.
Header Image via Adelaide Vegan Festival.
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