Join us at Dublin Vegfest 2019 taking place in Griffith College on Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th September @ 11:00-18:00 for a two-day celebration of vegan food and plant based lifestyles.
Feast your way through the weekend in our Vegan Food Village where you’ll find the best and newest vegan plant based cuisines on offer. You don’t have to be a vegan to enjoy Vegfest. Everyone is welcome to just hang out eating great food or learn about plant based health benefits, enjoy an inspirational talk, a food recipe demonstration by a leading chef, try natural ethical products, a workshop or performance among a super friendly gathering.
Some of the speakers we’re looking forward to host at the event:
Roxy & Ben, aka So Vegan, are the power couple redefining what veganism is all about. Their fun and fuss-free attitude towards cooking has attracted well over 1 million followers, inspiring people all over the world to eat more delicious plants. They’ve now made it their mission to inspire everyone to live more sustainable lives. From the food on our plates to the clothes we wear, Roxy & Ben use their platform to talk about all aspects of vegan living. Meet Roxy & Ben on Saturday 28th September.
Dr Milton Millls, MD was the featured physician in Netflix’s hit documentary by the Cowspiracy movie team; ‘What the Health’. Dr. Mills practices urgent care medicine in the Washington DC area and has served pr as Associate Director of Preventive Medicine. He’s currently a member of the National Advisory Board for the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM). He has been a major contributor to position papers presented by PCRM to the United States Department of Agriculture regarding Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Dr. Mills will appear at Vegfest on both days , making two separate presentations. Dr Mills talks are incredibly popular, renoun for being accessible, highly informative, laced with humour and thought provoking ideas. Not to be missed!
Christopher Sebastian is the director of social media for the Peace Advocacy Network, he sits on the Advisory Council for Encompass Movement, is an offsite coordinator for Vine Sanctuary, co-founder of VGN and he lectures at Columbia University in the Department of Social Work for the graduate course POP: Power, Oppression, and Privilege. He primarily focuses on animal violence and how it influences anti-black racism, queer antagonism and class discrimination throughout the global west. His work has appeared in the anthology Circles of Compassion: Connecting Issues of Justice edited by Dr. Will Tuttle and Dr. Breeze Harper’s Sistah Vegan Project, among others. Christopher Sebastian : Saturday & Sunday presenting two separate talks each appearance.
“Vegfest is spearheaded by a dedicated group of people passionate about vegan living. That’s all it takes to bring about change.” – HUFFINGTON POST
Saturday 28th September 2019, 11 am – 6 pm
Sunday 29th September 2019, 11 am – 6 pm
Griffith Conference Centre, South Circular Road, Dublin 8