What time is the event on?

Dublin Vegfest will start at 11 am and finish at 6:00 pm on both days.

Where is the event?

Dublin Vegfest 2023 happens on Saturday 23rd September and Sunday 24th September 2023 in Leinster Cricket Club, Rathmines, Dublin 6.

What is the schedule for both days?

Full schedule of events, talks, demos, performances will be available closer to the date.

What’s the price of a ticket? Can I get a ticket at the door?

How do I get there? By bike, by bus, by car?

Leinster Cricket Club is conveniently located in Dublin 6.
It is a ten minute cycle from Dublin City Centre.
Dublin bus lines 14, 15, 83, 140 serve the area coming from city centre.
Click Here to find your best connection to the venue.

Where can I park my bike or car?

TBC. To park your car, you can use ample street parking available in the area or Swan centre car park.

Do I have to be vegan to attend?

No, you don’t have to be vegan to attend. Everyone is welcome.

Can kids come along?

Kids are welcome at Dublin Vegfest. Parents/guardians are solely responsible for their children. All kids must be supervised at all times. Kids under 12 go free. Each adult ticket holder can bring a maximum of two children of up to 12 years old per ticket. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Vegfest is primarily aimed at adults with a very packed schedule of talks and other events aimed at grown ups. We understand that someone looking for family entertainment may not get their needs met.

Paying by card / cash at the event:

Most if not all exhibitors will accept card payment but we highly recommend you bring some cash as well. It’s always handy to bring some cash along. Use this map to view the closest ATMs.

Will all the food be vegan?

Yes, absolutely. All food will be 100% vegan. You will most likely find other dietary options (i.e. gluten free, raw, etc.). Enjoy!

Is the venue wheelchair accessible?

Yes, Leinster Cricket Club is wheelchair accessible. Dublin Vegfest is a fully outdoor event this year, so it should be noted that some areas of the site may become muddy in wet weather. Facilities for disabled people have been arranged to maximise use of the hard ground that does exist. Where a drop in ground/floor levels exists, ramps will be installed, so that access around the site is maximised. Stewards will be present to assist people in wheelchairs in the event of emergency exiting.
People with disabilities are welcome to head to the front of the queue and can be admitted a bit early. Please notify staff on the day.

Are there baby changing facilities in the venue?

Yes, there are baby changing facilities in the disabilities toilets. Map of the event will be publicised here closer to the date.

Where can I pick up my reserved Supporter’s Goody Bag?

If you purchased a Supporter’s Goody bag admission, you can stop by the Info Point anytime from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. to pick it up.

Can I bring my dog?

Afraid not. The venue and the nature of the event (masses of people, heat, etc.) are going to put your animal companion under too much stress.
Assistant dogs are welcome as well as their humans. 

Can we bring in outside food or beverages?

Bringing a water bottle is fine; otherwise, food, beverages and more are for sale inside. No glass bottles are permitted on the festival grounds.

How can I get involved?

Become a Volunteer – fill in our Volunteer form.

What happens if it rains?

Dublin Vegfest is an indoor and outdoor event — rain or shine! The event will continue as planned unless weather poses a threat to the safety of our guests.

Can I film and record, audio or video at the event?

We are happy to see Vegfest shared in photo’s and short video clips across attendees social channels. For those wishing to make substantial recordings or documentation at the event. Please contact us with details at info@dublinvegfest.com with at least 3 days notice before the event start dates.