The Irish Vegan Festival is coming to Belfast this April

If you’re thinking about going vegan, or just looking for more vegan information, then the Irish Vegan Festival is the place to be.

We’re excited to announce that the Irish Vegan Festival will be coming to Belfast this April. The one-day event will provide attendees with the opportunity to explore a range of delicious vegan hot food, amazing cruelty-free products, and to talk with stallholders about which kind of nutritional supplements they should be taking for a healthy and balanced diet. 

It also gives any non-vegans the chance to sample some vegan food and see if they like what they taste. Who knows, perhaps you’ll be swayed and decide to become a vegan after attending this festival? Read on for all the info you’ll need.

The festival 

You can find everything from hot-dogs to stews at the Irish Vegan Festival coming to Belfast this April.
Credit: @irishveganfestival / Facebook

As mentioned above, there’s going to be ample opportunity to try delectable hot and cold vegan food from a range of different types of cuisine. The festival is organised by Farplace Animal Rescue, a UK-based animal rescue organisation. All the profits from this festival will be used to help animals, so you can be sure your money is going to a good cause.

You’ll have the opportunity to browse through a range of stalls selling quirky clothes, accessories, and beauty products — all of which will, of course, be vegan. 

Throughout the event, there will be guest speakers giving engaging talks about veganism and how you can do your part in helping our world. There will be educational documentaries about how our food choices affect our environment and overall well-being, and there’ll also be some cooking demos on show. 

It’s going to be a jam-packed day full of interesting vegan products and talks. 

Date, location, and cost

The Irish Vegan Festival is taking place in the Europa Hotel in Belfast this April.

The Irish Vegan Festival will be taking place on Sunday, April 5, 2020, at the Europa Hotel, beginning at 10 am. 

A standard ticket will cost you £3 and allow you admission to the festival beginning at 10:30 am. 

A VIP ticket will cost £15; this will allow you to enter the festival at the earlier time of 10:00 am and means you will also receive a vegan goodie bag made up of donations. 

Tickets for the event can be purchased from the Irish Vegan Festival’s website.

Getting involved 

How about getting involved in the Irish Vegan Festival this April, it's helping a great cause.
Credit: @irishveganfestival / Facebook

The festival is currently looking for volunteers to help out on the date above. If this sounds like something you’d like to be a part of, and if you’re free anywhere from 9 am to 5 pm, then check out their volunteer form here.

Don’t just take our word for it

There will be plenty of sweet treats in Belfast for the Irish Vegan Festival this April, make sure you come hungry.

Below are a couple of happy reviewers who attended the festival, taken from the Irish Vegan Festival’s website. 

“This was my first vegan event since I left the U.S.A. It was fantastic. Great beautiful vegan folks and food, got to meet a lot of ppl. Thank you for the invite.” – Jose

“Had a great time yesterday at the festival. So much amazing food and fantastic products! Well done on your first event.” – Peter

Judging from these reviews, it promises to be a day filled with enlightening talks and mega-good food. Hopefully, we’ll see you there! 

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