This year’s VegfestUK Brighton has an amazingly packed schedule of talks, cookery demos, workshops, music, comedy and kids activities, and the latest event programme showcases all the lovely features that you can expect at the show, who is speaking when and where, plus of course the mouthwatering food that you can look forward to…
For those who have made plans to come to the show, here’s your chance to read what’s on offer, and share the good news widely with your friends and families who are either coming to the show too or undecided still on whether they’re going or not.
You can view the event programme for FREE before the show, either in the embedding below, or at the link here.
Limited amounts of the programme will be on sale at the event at £1 each.
The organisers are inviting EVERYBODY to invite their friends, families, co-workers, etc to the event – here are the links to some useful marketing materials which you can use:
Facebook event page (join, invite and share the event): https://www.facebook.com/events/475236116200375/
Articles on the event are published on this page: https://brighton.vegfest.co.uk/press-media/press-releases/
Banner, logo, poster and flyer are here: https://brighton.vegfest.co.uk/banner-poster-flyer/
Further pictures for promoting the event are in this Dropbox here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/w5sa8li8xaogpuh/AAAXijhKHQc0ejk8K2CeOoHIa?dl=0
Advance day tickets are priced at £7.70 for adults and £4.40 for concessions (including 10% booking fees).
Advance tickets are on sale up until the event weekend, 1 hour before the event opens on each show day (i.e. at 10am on Saturay March 24, and at 9am on Sunday March 25).
Buy your advance tickets at www.brighton.vegfest.co.uk/tickets
Tickets are also available on the gate at £10 for adults and £5 for concessions.
Kids under 16 can come for free as long as they are accompanied by adults.