The Irish Vegan Festival is coming to the Belfast’s Ulster Hall tomorrow with doors opening from 10.30am to 5pm
This will be the first Vegan Festival hosted in Belfast, but plans to host the event at least once a year, probably more are on the cards, due to the interest the festival has already generated on Facebook and Twitter.
The Irish Vegan Festival brings an array of vegan stalls and entertainment to The Ulster Hall. Ranging from hot food for consumption on the day, to sweets and chocolates, to cosmetics and campaign stalls, there will be a great choice for everyone!
Also enjoy live music throughout the day, film screenings and children`s entertainment.
The Festival is organised by Farplace Animal Rescue, a UK animal rescue who help specialist cases like FIV+ cats and have helped many such cases in need from Ireland and Northern Ireland. All the profits from the festival will directly help animals.
Advanced tickets have now sold out, but tickets are available at the door on the day for £2 per adult, with children under 16 free.