Fourth Annual PHX Vegan Food Festival to Be Held February 23 and 24




The PHX Vegan Food Festival, presented by Davisson Entertainment, returns to Margaret T. Hance Park, in downtown Phoenix, Saturday, February 23, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, February 24, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Brand new for this year, the event has expanded to two days, with Sunday being a brunch theme.

The family-friendly festival will feature more than 100 vegan and vegan-friendly vendors, including food trucks, restaurants, and packaged food and nonfood products. Restaurants, bakeries, food trucks, and food and beverage artisans will be selling their delicious creations. On Sunday, vendors are encouraged to serve brunch-appropriate dishes. In addition, product vendors will be showcasing and selling their vegan-friendly offerings, including household products, health and wellness items, and clothing and accessories.  

Other highlights include demonstrations and presentations by chefs and vegan experts, a kids’ area, and live art demonstrations. There will also be a Zen Zone, featuring yoga classes on the hour, and three stages, featuring a full day of live, local music. Several no-host bars will be located throughout the site, and on Sunday the offerings will be expanded to include brunch-time beverages.

Cost: $25 in advance for one day or $40 for both days (includes access to the event vendors, entertainment and demos, as well as one alcoholic/nonalcoholic beverage token); $5 more at the door; advance purchase VIP admission is $60 for one day or $90 for two days (includes all of the aforementioned, as well as one-hour early entry, an additional beverage token, a special VIP entrance, a Tito’s Vodka VIP tent, a swag bag, and more); children 12 and under are free. Location: 1202 N. 3rd St., Phoenix. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit PhxVeganFest.com.

 

 

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