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Vegan Camp Out has announced the first batch of names appearing at its 2020 festival – which is set to be its biggest event yet.

Around 10,000 people from more than 40 countries around the world will attend the three-day event – which is the UK’s largest outdoor vegan festival – in Nottinghamshire next August.

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Among the top names speaking at the festival are foodie BOSH!, who recently revealed they are launching a cooking show on ITV next year, Tesco Director of Plant Based Innovation Derek Sarno, athlete Fiona Oakes, and activists Genesis Butler and Joey Carbstrong – among many others.*

In addition to watching talks, festival-goers will be able to feast on some of the best vegan food from around the UK, as well as attend yoga classes, evening music events, and much more.

‘So grateful’

“We have been so excited to release the first details for Vegan Camp Out 2020 which we have worked hard to arrange since the last event,” founder Jordan Martin told Plant Based News.

“Now in year five, we are so grateful to be able to carry on doing this each year and bring you the best festival we possibly can.”

Event information

Venue: Newark Showground, Nottinghamshire

Date: August 21 – 23

Price: £50 for adults, £25 for children


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*Other speakers at the event include Rachel Riley, Mobius Loop, P Money, Simnett Nutrition (Derek Simnett), Peter Egan, Lex Rigby (Campaigns & Investigations – Viva!), and Dr. Alice Brough (Veterinary Consultant – Viva!).

Vegan Camp Out is partners with Viva! – the vegan charity. Viva! conducts undercover investigations and creates dynamic campaigns which expose factory farming. Viva! Provides everything you need to launch your vegan journey –

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