Dublin Vegfest, the mecca for all vegans, is happening this month.
The super cool food festival, which will run on Saturday, September 23 and Sunday, September 24, is happening at Griffith College on South Circular Road and promises to dish out much more than delicious food.
Celebrating all things animal-friendly, Ireland's biggest vegan & lifestyle event, which will go on from 11am-6pm, is awash with stalls offering the finest vegan food by local producer's. You'll be able to stuff yourself with vegan cheeses, burgers, salads, ice cream, doughnuts and pizzas.
— Dublin Vegfest (@DublinVegfest) August 23, 2017
Dublin Vegfest isn't just the word of the month for vegans. Non vegans can also kick back and enjoy the fun at this year's event which has new large outdoor areas, a new Speakers area, Vegan Food Village and Chill Zone.
The event is also packed to the brim with lifestyle talks, demo's, animal rescues, non-profits, cruelty free products, exhibitors, films and loads more.
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Speakers at the event include James Aspey and Germany's strongest man Patrik Baboumian.
If you feel like going, check out the deets here.