Liverpool’s massive vegan fair is coming to St George’s Hall this month – The Guide Liverpool

Liverpool will be welcoming back a massive vegan festival on Saturday 28rd March.

The Live A Better Life Vegan Fair, Liverpools biggest vegan event, will return to St Georges Hall offering delicious food and advice for those interested in all things vegan.

The Live A Better Life vegan fairs have been running in Liverpool since 2013 and have been attended by more than 26,000 people.

Event Manager Emma Cox said: Our last event at St Georges Hall attracted over 3,000 people. With so many new foods to try and things to see, we are expecting our next event to be even more popular.

A total of 130 stalls will be selling everything from vegan food to cruelty-free beauty products. A massive range of delicious food will be on offer as well as natural products, fashion, jewellery, gifts and much more.

Event Manager Emma added: Interest in veganism is higher than ever in 2020.

There are already a growing number of people in Liverpool who are vegan, vegetarian or on their way to a plant-based diet.

For the increasing numbers of people who want to find out more about improving their health, saving animals and protecting the environment, this is an amazing event which will entertain and inspire.

For the first time ever we will have a live musical theatre show inside the vegan fair. Live singing and dance performances will take place on the Great Hall main stage for visitors to enjoy. Fantasy Performers will be providing a spectacular 2 hour live show, starting at 1pm.

Showcasing the best vegan food and natural products in Liverpool, the Live A Better Life event will be a great day out that all the family can enjoy.

The Live A Better Life event takes place at St Georges Hall, Liverpool, L1 1JJ.

Its happening 28th March from 10-5 and entry is 3 on the door (under 10s free).

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