Dublin Vegfest, Ireland’s Biggest Vegan Festival Coming Back On September 11th
After a tremendous success in 2015, Vegfest -Ireland’s biggest vegan food and lifestyle festival- is coming back on September 11th 2016. Over a thousand visitors are expected at the Griffith Conference Centre, South Circular Road.
There will be diet and nutrition talks by experts, demonstrations, live music performances and lots more! Speakers include Bite Size Vegan Emily Moran Barwick and Fiona Oakes, elite marathon runner who broke the female elapsed time record for completing the Seven Continents and Polar Ice Cap Challenge.
Vegan or not vegan, everyone is welcome. The festival is sponsored by KoKo Dairy Free, Moodley Manor, Cornucopia Restaurant and Art Of Zen Foods.
Dublin Vegfest Speakers:
Bite Size Vegan – Emily Moran Barwick
Fiona Oakes – three times world record holder and elite athlete
Will Travel For Vegan Food – Kristin Lajeunesse: She’s Eaten at Every Single Vegan Restaurant in the United States!
Dr Ailis Brosnan – Your Healthy Living Coach: Powered by Plants – the health benefits of a plant-based diet
Conor Kerley, PhD, BSC, H.DIP, MINDI: Advantages and possible concerns of plant based diets throughout life
Roger Yates – Speaker and educator: The Time of Veganism is NOW. Future Prospects and Threats to Vegan Advocacy
Dublin Vegfest Music & Performances:
Richard Deboo – writer and speaker: Five Ways To Vegan
Calm State – music
Siân Brown – music
Kiruu – music
Ines Khai: Creole Blues from Guadeloupe
Dublin Vegfest Food Demo’s:
Ciara Norton / Vegan Mammy: Vegan Cooking for Kids
Tanya O’Haloran / Tiny vegan Kitchen: Tasty Treats by The Tiny Vegan Kitchen
Tony Keogh / head chef at Cornucopia Dublin
Tickets (€8) are on sale here.
For more information visit dublinvegfest.com