The UK’s Largest Vegan Festival To Go Ahead After Restrictions Lifted
The ending of Covid-19 restrictions started on February 24. This means events, festivals, and other happenings can go ahead without the need for proof of vaccination, negative tests or isolation.
Vegan Camp Out is the largest vegan festival in the UK and has now announced that it is officially going ahead at Stanford Hall, Leicestershire, July 15 – 18. You won’t have to show any test results or vaccination certificates.
The festival includes; 4 days of talks, live music, camping, afterparties, yoga/meditation classes, activism workshops and some of the best vegan food in the UK.
Line up for the event includes; Activist Earthling Ed, actress Evanna Lynch (Luna Lovegood), comedian Simon Amstell, Lucy Watson, Avant-Garde Vegan (Gaz Oakley), grime artist JME, Bimini Bon-Boulash (Drag Race UK), Matt Pritchard, musician Macka B, comedian Preacher Lawson, Heather Mills, Nimai Delgado, The Happy Pear, Hench Herbivore, Mic the Vegan, Monami Frost, Juliet Gellatley (Viva!) and Bianca Taylor.
For information on tickets, go to vegancampout.co.uk, where you can get the chance to get yours before they’re gone!
Vegan Food UK posted the news on Instagram, where people showed their excitement.
Someone commented, ‘It’ll be my first time going this year because of you guys – thank you, I can’t!!’
Another said, ‘Amazing news to hear.’
Have you got your tickets for Vegan Camp Out Yet?