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NZ's longest running vegan festival returns!

Wednesday, January 12, 2022   Posted in: Signatory Notice Board By: Administrator With tags: nutrition, sustainability, event

The Christchurch Vegan Expo is the country's premier vegan big day out and is back on Sunday 23rd January 2022. The 14th Vegan Expo promises delicious vegan food, cooking demonstrations, inspiring speakers, dedicated children's activity areas, film screenings, cruelty-free products and live music. 

The first expo was organised by just two volunteers and was held at Shirley Intermediate's school hall in 2007. 

The event has grown and grown with thousands of people attending the 2020 expo - including those curious to learn more about cruelty-free alternatives to meat, eggs and dairy products, vegetarians, vegans, allergy sufferers and their families and friends.

Last year's expo was postponed by COVID-19, but it's full steam ahead now with more than 50 stalls signed up.

Date: Sunday 23rd January 2022.
Time: 10am to 4pm.
Location: Haere-roa at University of Canterbury (90 Ilam Road). Free parking on site.
Cost: Tickets are $5 online now, or $6 on the door. Children 16 and under enter for free. All welcome.

Note: Vaccine passes are required under the current traffic light system for those aged over 12 years and three months.

Find out more about the Christchurch Vegan Expo, including how to get tickets.

Follow the Christchurch Vegan Expo on Facebook.