Cork Vegfest is a celebration of vegan food and vegan lifestyle. Full of stalls offering the best vegan food by local producer's, lifestyle talks, demo’s, cruelty free products, exhibitors, non-profits, animal rescues, film & lots more! You don’t have to be vegan to enjoy Cork Vegfest; you can just hang out eating great food, try natural ethical products, learn about plant based health benefits or enjoy a talk among a super friendly gathering…
Cork Vegfest has a line up of expert international speakers. (More to be announced soon):
- Patrik Baboumian - strength athlete and one of the most vocal advocates for a plant based nutrition who has gathered numerous titles and international records
- Fiona Oakes - ultra athlete and 3 times World record holder. The fastest woman to run a marathon on all 7 Continents Plus the North Pole.
- Dr Ailis Brosnan - Your Healthy Living Coach - expert in health sciences, diet and nutrition
- Vegan Mammy - Blogger at Vegan Mammy, listed as a top ten vegan instagrammer 2016 by Metro.UK
- Glauce Lucas - All About Vegan Food - Editor at All About Vegan Food, connecting thousands of people through vegan food shares and vegan parenting support
Ticket fee includes access to all talks, demo's, screenings etc.
Venu: Cork City Hall, Anglesea St, Ballintemple, Cork.
By purchasing a ticket for this event, or paying on entry, or using a guest ticket or free ticket, you agree to the terms and conditions stated here.
Admission is by ticket only. Ticket fee includes access to talks, demo's, screenings etc. Access to talks, demo's, screenings etc, are based on first come first served basis and room capacity. Please plan accordingly. Tickets are for use at Cork Vegfest only.
A limited number of tickets may be available on the door on the day of the event @ €12.00
Kids under 12 go free. Each adult ticket holder can bring a maximum of two children of up to 12 years old per ticket. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
People with disabilities
People with disabilities are welcome to head to the front of the queue and can be admitted a bit early. Please notify staff on the day.
Please do not bring any of the following: alcohol, glass bottles, illegal substances, weapons.
Companion animals / pets and other animals are not permitted on site, due to health and safety reasons. Assistance dogs are welcome of course, as are their companions.
Children are the sole responsibility of parents at all times.Please be aware of your chilrens where abouts and keep them with you.
Cork City Hall is a no smoking venue.
Readmittance is available throughout the event. Please see a member of staff on exit before leaving the venue to gain readmittance.
The published programme is subject to change and no refunds are possible in the event of the lineup changing.
Please do not bring any animal products onto the site; this is a vegan event.
In the unlikely event of unavoidable cancellation (e.g. due to adverse weather), we are unable to offer refunds for this event due to high up-front non-returnable costs. In such an event a ticket can be used for a future event.
No unruly or offensive behaviour will be tolerated at any time and the event management reserves the right to remove any such person who they deem to be using offensive language or behaviour.
Exhibitors, visitors and speakers at Cork Vegfest may appear in promotional photos for the event without prior consultation
Please note tickets are non refundable and non transferable.
The promoter is unable to accept any liability for personal or property damages, losses or injuries sustained at this event other than caused as a result of our negligence.