Toronto’s annual celebration of food, music, arts, and culture is making a comeback this summer. Vegandale will hit Historic Fort York & Garrison Common in early August!
Known as North America’s fastest-growing vegan festival, Vegandale is described as an “experience that encompasses visual art, music, food, and spirits.”
A huge lineup of plant-based food vendors will take over the outdoor venue and serve up mouthwatering vegan bites, specialty beverages, sweet treats, and more.
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Some vendors are local to Toronto and Ontario, but others are travelling from cities like Florida, California, New Jersey, and Quebec. There will also be a variety of merch vendors selling all kinds of vegan goods.
As you eat your way around the festival, live DJs will supply the tunes and an MC will be hosting games and giveaways on stage throughout the whole day.
The event is open to people of all ages, but there will also be a bar area on site where you can infuse some booze into your festival experience.
This beloved event is not exclusive to Toronto, either. It also takes place in Chicago, Dallas, Miami, New York City, and Los Angeles.
We Torontonians always seem to luck out when it comes to new events and experiences.
Toronto is the first city in Canada to get the Rolling Loud hip-hop festival, the World of Barbie experience, the FRIENDS experience, and the Smorgasburg food festival, all of which are happening this summer.
It’s not too late to scoop tickets to this one-day vegan day party. You can get yours here!
Where: Historic Fort York & Garrison Common, 250 Fort York Blvd
When: August 6, 2022, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Cost: $15 general admission, $10 4 p.m. entry
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