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Indy VegFest is back

Lettuce turnip the beet for this vegan-friendly announcement.

Gainbridge Fieldhouse main lobby with people walking around

We can’t wait to see Gainbridge full of vegetarian-friendly eats.

Photo by INDYtoday team

Indy VegFest returns to Gainbridge Fieldhouse on Sunday, July 14 from 1 to 5 p.m.

Its vision for 2024 includes a bigger venue, easy access from public transportation, and tons of vegan-friendly local businesses.

Here’s what you can expect:

  • Taste food from local and regional food vendors like Black Leaf Vegan and Eat Surreal
  • Learn how to make your own plant-based food during the cooking demonstrations
  • Support small businesses that offer vegan and cruelty-free products and services
  • Connect with local nonprofits in the fields of health and wellness, animal advocacy, and environmental sustainability
  • Enjoy live performances, a DJ, and kids activities

General admission is free and open to everyone. Early Access ticketholders will be admitted one hour early, plus get a goodie bag with giveaways and coupons.

Can’t wait until the summer to explore Indy’s vegan and vegetarian eats? In the greentime, check out Indy VegFest’s website for plant-based recipes and recommendations, and read up on veggie-friendly spots around the Circle City.

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