Bristol's perennially popular vegan and vegetarian festival returns on the Bank Holiday weekend of May 23 - 24, with over 150 stalls, great live music, plus all the demos, talks and classes you've come to expect from the hugely popular annual event.
Running from 11am to 10pm on Saturday, and 11am to 9pm on Sunday, this two-day event is a highlight of Bristol's summer calendar, giving the city's ever growing vegetarian and vegan community a place to come together, share ideas, eat great food and have a great bloody time doing so.
And this being Bristol, the music is always top drawer too - this year, two of the most legendary DJs of yesteryear will be performing for the crowds - with no less than jungle original LTJ Bukem playing Sunday and house legend DJ Alfredo doing his thing on Saturday.
Vegfest takes place at Lloyds Amphitheatre in the city centre and entry is just £3 before 5pm and £5 after, with under-16s getting in free. More info can be found over on the Bristol Vegfest website.