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VegfestUK Returns to Give London a Vibrant Health Kick for 2017

Returning to London with a colourful bang, one of Europe’s premier vegan superfood and Lifestyle festivals, VegfestUK, is back at Kensington Olympia for October 2017.

Regularly attracting around 15,000 visitors across the weekend, the festival has become a pinnacle for those passionate about healthy-living and fabulous guilt-free food. Highlights from this year’s legendary Food Village include the likes of sushi-aficionados, Happy Maki, Jakes Vegan Steaks, who specialise in healthy twists on American fast food classics, Indulgent comfort food pros, LazyBoy Kitchen as well as Pitfield Brewery, the vegan pub brand serving hand-pulled and keg craft beers, cider and moreish wine.

Continuing to widen perspectives as well as entertain, the festival will also host the Environment & Food Sustainability Summit, the increasingly popular Vegan Comedy Corner, a cinema, Kids area and Teen Zone, along with a plethora of vegan-centric stalls, talks and cookery demos from industry professionals.

Along with their Consumer event, VegfestUK will also be holding the UK’s first dedicated Vegan Trade Show on October 20th for media professionals as well as those in the business.

VegfestUK Organiser, Alan Lee, says “This year is seeing us hit London harder than ever before. Our previous dates in Brighton and Bristol were a fantastic kick off to 2017, and now we’re ready to take the capital by storm with beautiful food, fantastic traders and an all-round exemplary event that everyone can enjoy.”

VegfestUK’s London dates take place over October 21st and 22nd within the Central Hall of Kensington Olympia. Tickets go on sale August 1st at <a href=”http://www.london.vegfest.co.uk/tickets”>www.london.vegfest.co.uk/tickets</a>.

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