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Vegandale Is Returning To Toronto & You Can Feast On Epic Plant-Based Comfort Food

Tickets for this massive vegan festival are already on sale!

Vegandale Is Returning To Toronto & You Can Feast On Epic Plant-Based Comfort Food

Calling all vegans! Vegandale Festival is officially returning to Toronto this fall, and you can indulge in plant-based treats from over 100 North American vendors.

The event is taking place on October 16 and will feature art installations, live music, contests, boozy drinks, and, of course, endless vegan food.

Some notable vendors include Snackrilege from Oregon, which will be serving its 'Lord of the Wings' buffalo wing sammie, and Berben & Wolff's from New York City, which offers all sorts of vegan deliciousness.

You can try treats like ice cream-stuffed waffles, mac 'n' cheese, donuts and veggie beer sausages, as well as shop for vegan items like clothing.

Tickets are available online and will be available at the door for an increased price. Get ready to feast at this plant-astic vegan party coming to the city.

Vegandale Festival

Price: $10 per ticket, $30 for 4-pack

When: October 16, 2021

Address: 250 Fort York Blvd., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Indulge in all sorts of unique dishes at North America's fastest growing vegan festival.

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