The festival that aims to inspire plant-powered positive change is coming back
Now in its fourth year, Vevolution Festival is due to return to the BFI (London Southbank) on Saturday 16th November 2019, and it is set to be the biggest one yet.
Vevolution Festival has become renowned for giving inspiring talks, panel discussions and workshops that showcase a plant-powered positive version of the future.
New innovations for this year, include the addition of a new ‘The Positive Futures’ stage, and the launch of the most affordable Vevolution Festival ticket to-date, the ‘Low Impact Ticket’.
Some speakers have already been announced, and include, Dominick Thompson, Rachel Ama, Niomi Smart, BOSH!, Brett Cobley, Jenny Mustard, Derek Sarno, So Vegan, Rebel Recipes, Loui Blake, Craftivist Collective, Paul Brown, Vegetaryn, Veganuary, Shiso Delicious, with many more yet to be revealed.
American festival, Eat Drink Vegan, will return to Vevolution for the second year running hosting a stage presented by Janette Fernandez, and bringing with them some of the best plant-powered talent in the USA.
Speaking about the festival Vevolution Founders Damien Clarkson and Judy Nadel said:
“This year’s festival is the biggest and most affordable ever. We will celebrate the incredible progress of the plant-powered movement and shine light on the positive change makers confronting the most important issues facing our generation.”
Vevolution describe the festival as being for ‘the curious, the passionate, the bold, the compassionate, and those who want to change the world.’ If that describes you, then what are you waiting for?
Tickets are now on sale, starting from £30 (at a discounted priced until 1st September!) and can be found at: vevolution-festival-2019.eventbrite.com