The 2020 Phoenix Vegan Food Festival

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2020 Vegan Food Festival

Back for a fifth year in a row, the 2020 Vegan Food Festival is returning to Phoenix. This Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm at Margaret T. Hance Park the vegan festival will host a myriad of vegan food featuring over one hundred vegan-friendly and vegan food vendors. Celebrate the colorful vegan scene in the Valley with thousands of others while listening to live music from over 25 different musicians. 


Celebrate the extra day in February by scarfing down an extra plate of vegan food from some of the top vegan food trucks, artisans, and vendors from the area. This weekend’s weather promises to be perfect for the event with temperatures supposed to hit 80 degrees to ring in the spring season. In addition to the food, guests can also enjoy special presentations from chefs and vegan experts and other demonstrations throughout the day. With special activities for kids including crafts and entertainment, the event promises to be a great time for the whole family.


Along with everything else, the event will also feature a ‘Zen Zone’ for yoga classes while music plays from the two stages featuring local music all day long. The day promises to be one of the best events in Phoenix not just for vegans but anyone who loves and enjoys food. 


As the evening goes on, the festival will transition into a more adult event. In the later hours, the event will feature more energetic music, an electric light show, and glow performances with UV blacklight activated chalk and face paint. 




Live demonstrations



Starting off the demonstrations for the day is Chef Dustin Harder at 1:00. Harder is known for creating the Vegan travel culinary series, The Vegan Roadie. He do a second demonstration at 5:00.


At 3:00 chef Madelyn Pryor, the co-founder of Vegan Taste, a vegan meal delivery service, will give a demonstration.


The last demonstration of the day will be done by executive chef and CEO of the Vcology project, Jason Wyrick. 


Live music


The mainstage musicians for the day include: The Blood Family Feud Singers and 76th Street during the morning and early afternoon and concludes with Decker at 8:30 until the end. The acoustic stage performers include; Lauren McKay, Jeff and Jessie, Adam Smith, and Shane Zen. 




Food booths at this year’s event include: 24 Carrots Cafe, B Naked Products LLC, Cantaguas, Churros Inzunca LLC, Fluffy Vegans, Fresh Cravings, Giving Tree Cafe, Lulu’s Sorbetto, Maya’s Cajun Kitchen, Mickey’s Bar B Que, NexVeg, Peanut Butter Americano, and Vinna Foods among others. 


Food trucks at the event include: Cuties Lemonade and More, Everest Momo, Freak Brothers Pizza, Guac Girl and others.


Even if vegan food isn’t exactly your cup of tea, there are still plenty of non-food booths that will be present as well including: Anaya Tribal, Bork + Mew, Cowhugger, FOR Energy, Hempferu, Kind Hemp co., Living Raw by Grace, NatureKind, Resort Stay International, Shakti Yoga, Vegan Power co, and ZippNada among others.


If you’re looking for things to do in Phoenix or are wondering what to do in Phoenix, be sure to check out this weekend event. Spend leap day scarfing down amazing vegan food as we leap into the Spring.


Event details


When: Saturday February 2020 at 12:00 pm – 10:00 pm


Where: Margaret T. Hance Park, 1202 N. 3rd Street, Phoenix, AZ


Admissions: Ticket prices range from $35 – $69 and are available online

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