The Best Vegan Summer Festival List

Attending a summer festival is a must! Across the UK there are loads of unmissable music festivals from Wireless to Glastonbury. But, did you know that there are also some vegan ones too? Check out our Vegan Summer Festival list below. Whether you’re a food, music or fashion enthusiast, we’re sure you’ll find one for you. Those of you who’ll be on holiday this summer, don’t worry! We also found some vegan festivals in America, Canada and across Europe!

Vegan festival UK:

Vegan festival UK

28th July – Bath Vegan Festival, Bath.

Informative cookery demos, over 60 stalls and free samples will be available on the day. Discounts and a goody bag are also offered if you pay a little bit more for your ticket.

4th August – Coventry Viva! Vegan Festival, Coventry.

This is one the kids will love! Expect a huge bouncy castle, food trucks and over 80 stalls serving a selection of vegan food. Shoppers can also indulge in the ethical clothes and cosmetics on sale there too!

Vegan festival Europe:

Vegan festival Europe

19th August – Vegan Summer Fest, Flanders Expo Ghent, Belgium.

The biggest vegan festival in the Benelux! Vegan fashion, lifestyle, food stalls and trucks are all on offer on the day. Also expect live music and cooking demos to inspire your vegan diet.

24-26th August – Vegan Summer Fest, Berlin.

Europe’s biggest Vegan Summer Festival is spread across three days. You can enjoy live music, food and fashion in the beautiful Alexanderplatz square. Their workshop tent is a new addition which will include cooking demos and sustainability talks.

Vegan festival US & Canada:

Vegan festival US & Canada

11th August – Black VegFest, Bedstuy, Brooklyn.

Probably the most highly anticipated vegan festival this summer. Black Vegfest’s 24ft high mega water slide and bounce obstacle course makes it extremely fun and children friendly! Vegan food is one of many focal points of the festival, also expect community justice talks, female empowerment and youth education. It is a celebration of being black and being vegan too!

11-12th August – Vegandale, Downtown Toronto.

This festival has live music, games and giveaways. Vegandale has vegan food and products on offer and is dog-friendly! Toronto is a great location to spend your summer celebrating veganism with your dog, some friends and some delicious food.

Vegan or not, you will definitely enjoy yourself at one of these festivals and hopefully meet some new vegan friends! We spoke to a couple of vegan bloggers about what it’s like to be vegan if you’d like to check them out here: The Fancy Vegan Life and Veggevi.