Dublin Vegfest 2017 is coming soon. Our next event is Cork Vegfest, 13th May 2017, Cork City Hall.
The Irish capital’s vegan festival, Dublin Vegfest, is a celebration of vegan food, veg business and veg culture under one roof for one day. Amazing foods, lifestyle talks, music, demo’s, cruelty free products, super foods, exhibitors, natural & ethical products, info stalls, performance, non profits, film & lots more! You don’t have to be vegan to enjoy Dublin Vegfest, you can just hang out eating great food, trying natural ethical products, learn about the plant based health benefits, enjoy a performance or a talk among a super friendly gathering…
Dublin Vegfest promises to be the largest vegan food and drink event in Ireland and whatever your food preference is we have got you covered with healthy whole foods, plant milks, cheeses, meats, fusion cuisine, juices, super foods, raw, gluten free, energy bars, cuisines from Asia, The Middle East, Europe, North American and Latin American, cupcakes, tarts, tortes, pies, burgers, sausage, chocolate bars, fermented foods, fudges, marshmallows, BBQ, street food classics and craft brewed vegan beer! Oh did we say chocolate? On top of that, cruelty free cosmetic stalls, animal rights groups, vegan apparel will be there to enhance your experience at our September 11th show. Visit our exhibitors page
We are Dublin Vegfest – a small dedicated group of people passionate about vegan living. The dream for Dublin Vegfest started some years ago when we saw the need to showcase the beneficial, brilliant and beautiful of a vegan lifestyle in Ireland. Using our backgrounds in organising vegan events, co-ops and training we decided to host Dublin Vegfest. We are inspired by other vegan festivals worldwide and aim to make Dublin Vegfest an important event in the calendar of anyone curious about great ethical food, vegan options, community, health and having the craic.
craic(noun) : Irish word for fun/enjoyment that has been brought into the English language. usu. when mixed with music. ‘Bhi craic agus ceol againn’ : We had fun and music. Fun doesn’t really cut it though. General banter, good times had by all. Also, a person who is good fun/great company.