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A Free Vegan Food Fest Is Coming To Toronto & There Will Be So Many Mouthwatering Treats

You can visit 30 vegan food and lifestyle vendors!

A Free Vegan Food Fest Is Coming To Toronto & There Will Be So Many Mouthwatering Treats

If you're a lover of that veggie lifestyle, Toronto is getting the perfect festival for you this weekend.

Veg Food Fest is happening this Saturday from 12 to 5 p.m. at the Steam Whistle Brewing in Locomotive Hall and hosting 30 vegan food and lifestyle vendors for you to try.

The 37th annual festival will have loads of plant-based food from hot dogs to burgers, ice cream and more for purchase from local vendors along with other lifestyle products.

The pop-up event will also host speakers, panels and even cooking demonstrations that can be accessed virtually in the week leading up to it from September 5 to 10.

Attendees will need to book a time slot to visit the venue and will receive a wristband that signals their time slot according to their website, as the venue only has a capacity for 500 people, including vendors.

Tickets are free, and you can still book available time slots online now.

Veg Food Fest

Price: Free

When: September 11, 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Address: Locomotive Hall, Steam Whistle Brewery, Toronto

Why You Need To Go: Try vegan food and spend an afternoon snacking and supporting local vendors.

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