There’s a VegFest near you

Veg*n festivals can be fun opportunities to find new products, connect with other vegans and vegetarians, and learn. Everyone deserves a veg fest in their state. If you know of a festival in the states below, please contribute!

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75 thoughts on “There’s a VegFest near you

  1. Any information on how to start a VegFest? I’m moving to Arizona from the DC/Maryland area so not only do I get to enjoy the DC Vegfest, but I’ve gotten a double dose with the Baltimore, MD one as well. So I’m going from 2 vegfests to ZERO ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

    My friend said “hey why don’t you start a VegFest out there?” Which is not a bad idea, so I’m going to look into it. Was going to contact Compassion over Killing and FARM and see if they can help.

    1. My suggestion would be to contact COK, as you mentioned. If you love them, they’ll likely love you back and give you some good information. I worked for the NYC Veg Food Fest. It takes time and work to put any event together, like securing permits and contacting vendors, but veg fests are such an awesome experience; well worth the effort to spread the word. When you get to Arizona, go on MeetUp and try to gauge the scene, like in Phoenix (http://www.meetup.com/VEGphx/). Also consider submitting a grant proposal to Veg Fund. Best of luck! Hope I get to visit your festival one day!

  2. WNY Veg Fest (Sunday, August 3rd in Buffalo,NY) 1st Annual

    Albany Veg Fest (Saturday, November 15th) Albany, NY

  3. Please add the U.S. Virgin Islands as one of the “state” options. We have a yearly vegan food festival, and I’d like to get it added. Thanks.

  4. Vegan Festival Vegstock 2015
    Saturday 12, 2015 in Millville, NJ located for more info go to Movingvegan.com

  5. Asheville, NC has a VeganFest put on by Brother Wolf Animal Rescue – bwar.org/veganfest. Held for the first time in 2015 and it will be a yearly reoccurring event.

  6. Hello!
    Columbus, Ohio is planning its first ever Columbus VegFest to happen on September 17th 2017 ๐Ÿ˜€ This will be a 100% vegan festival that showcases the best in plant-based foods, products, and education ๐Ÿ™‚ We would love to get on your list of Vegan Festivals!

    Here is our information:
    http://www.columbusvegfest.com/
    http://www.facebook.com/columbusvegfest
    https://twitter.com/columbusvegfest
    http://www.instagram.com/columbusvegfest/

  7. Can you please add U.S. Virgin Islands to the list? We have a yearly vegan food festival in January on Martin Luther King weekend.

    Thank you!

  8. Hi there!

    We are the new Hudson Valley Vegfest and we are hoping you can list us on your very amazing website in the list of Vegfests! Thank you in advance.

    http://www.hvvegfest.org is our website and we debut in Sept. 2017 – we wanted to good lead time to promote it effectively as the venue is huge and awesome!

    If you have any questions, please be in touch – and we totally appreciate and value your support and participation in any way. Thanks for all you do to promote this compassionate and healthy way of life.

    Best wishes, Rebecca

  9. I’ve been to the Austin Vegfest for a few years and last year I worked a booth with a local ND. The booth fee was very high for an event, especially for just a 1 day. That was last year and now you’ve raised the price even higher! I get that you are offering this free to the public this way but how about helping the smaller, local businesses out as well? You get a lot of corporate companies who have big budgets at these events, but not everyone who supports your ideas have the same funding. Perhaps offer a small, local business discount? Even half price would still be high, but much easier to cover and still pay my staff. Can someone please respond? I appreciate it. Thank you.

    1. Shannon, I am not associated with any of the VegFest; I just keep a list of events available. If you have questions or grievances, you should contact the event host.

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