50+ food vendors announced for world’s biggest vegan festival | Totally Vegan Buzz
World’s largest vegan festival, Vegan Camp-Out, announces fifth year
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The hugely popular Vegan Camp Out returns this July with vegan speakers, entertainment, and, of course, plenty of plant-based food.

The Vegan Camp Out 2023 is right around the corner. The multi-day camping festival has already created a lot of buzz with its impressive line-up of performers, chefs, entrepreneurs, and activists.  

However, there is one more thing people are really looking forward to, and that is the food! There will be more than 50 different vendors at the venue this time, which is by far the biggest selection/offering of vegan food options ever seen at a UK festival.

Furthermore, with over 60% of tickets already sold, Vegan Camp Out is all set to be a game changer in campouts, promising loads of talks, live music, afterparties, yoga/meditation classes, workshops, and of course great-tasting food from the best of UK’s vegan street food and restaurants.

 “It’s always great to announce our food line-up to the world after months of curating a diverse and delicious array of tasty food options,” Vegan Camp Out founder Jordan Martin told Totally Vegan Buzz.

“ We have over 50 of the UK’s best vegan street food and restaurants coming to VCO this year. Including many of the obvious veterans, but also a lot of new names that we welcome to the festival for the first time and can’t wait to see everyone tuck into!”

Vegan Camp Out food vendors

Indeed, hungry festival-goers are going to be spoilt for choice at this year’s festival.

Plant-based food from around the world will be offered during the festival, such as Ethiopian, Indian, Indonesian, Chinese, and Southern American barbeque.

The event will feature some of the UK’s best vegan restaurants, such as Purezza and What The Pitta. There will also be a range of burger joints and street food stalls, including Miami Burger, Wholesome Junkies, and Chickenish, among others.

 For those with a sweet tooth, there will be ice cream, donuts, pancakes, and much more, served by vendors like Doughnotts, DÁPPA, and The Conscious Candy Co.

The full list of 53 vendors is also listed at the end of the article.

What to expect at Vegan Camp Out 2023?

Taking place from Friday 28 July to Monday 31 July, 2023, this year’s event will be held at the Bicester Heritage in Oxfordshire..

It promises to be one of the most exciting festivals, as apart from the impressive food range, some of the biggest names in the plant-based world will be taking the stage.

The speaker line-up is touted to be the largest in the festival’s seven-year history. However, Comic Skeptic, who was a confirmed speaker at the event, will no longer be speaking after he announced he was no longer a vegan.

Romesh Ranganathan will headline the event.

According to festival organizers, the actor and comedian is the second most requested headliner ever (after Joaquin Phoenix).

Ranganathan, who has been vegan since 2013, has been a vocal figure in the plant-based community.

According to Viva!, ‘while on a 2015 Jonathan Ross show, he joked about silly questions people ask about his diet, such as “What do you have… water?” to which he replied, “I have compassion.”’ 

Other acts to look out for include Eurovision’s Sam Ryder, media personality Jodie Marsh, activist Joey Carbstrong,  plant-based chefs BOSH!, food blogger Little London Vegan, athlete and speaker Patrik Baboumian, and food influencers So Vegan.

Official partner

Viva! is once again partnering with Vegan Camp Out this year. And, Juliet Gellatley, the founder and director of the vegan charity, will be speaking at the upcoming event. 

“Viva! is delighted to be partnering again with Vegan Camp Out. With an excellent new venue, top vegan entertainment and activism events – not to mention delicious food, 2023 promises to be the best vegan festival ever!” Gellatley said.

Have you booked your tickets?

If you still need to buy tickets, they are on sale here.

Prices range from £85 (plus £8.5 booking fee) for a general weekend pass (including camping). You can also buy a VIP ticket as an add-on to your weekend ticket, which will cost £100. 

Tickets for children aged 4- 15 cost £40 with a +£4.00 booking fee. Children ages 0 to 3 get a free entry!

Food vendor list

The complete list of the 53 food vendors – Purezza, Wholesome Junkies, What The Pitta, The Conscious Candy Co, Döner Summer, Project D, Doughnotts, DÁPPA, Holy Carrot, Eat Of Eden, Jam ‘N’ Vegan, Osu Coconuts, Chickenish, The No Catch Co, Dutch Weed Burger, HUNS, BA-HA, Happy Maki, Herbivorous, Vegan Antics, The After School Cookie Club, The Hogless Roast, Miami Burger, The English Indian, Vegan House Foods, VGN Boulevard, Vausages, Plant The Seed, [SHICKEN], Vegan Planet, Bamboo Street Food, Lick, Veg Heads, Antojitos, Desert Island Dumplings, Banh Vi, No Frickin Chicken, Dhil’s Eats, The Hedgerow Hound, The Vegan Street Diner, Zest Kitchen, Cannon Coffee, The Fruitory, Pola Ice Poles, Love Is Churros, Red Tent Ethiopia, VeganThai, Yom, The Garden, Restaurant, Mel Tropical Kitchen, Mama’s Ktchn, Rockin Buddha, and Fluff Pancakes.

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