Vegan Street Fair is BACK in LA for our 6th annual vegan food & lifestyle extravaganza. Two days of vegan awesomeness are calling your name.
Vegan Street Fair is an annual *FREE ENTRANCE* vegan food and lifestyle celebration where local vegan and vegan-friendly restaurants and vendors come together to serve you bite-size portions of vegan eats and goods all in one place.
The best part? Every food vendor has a $4 or less bite-size portion and did we mention that entrance is FREE?!? Get ready to #eatalltheveganthings with us and thousands of your closest friends. 😉
At VSF, you get to nosh on as many local eats as your heart desires (and your belly can hold) for street fair prices. So instead of buying a $10 plate of vegan nachos and sitting out the rest of the amazing food experiences, you have the option to get bites from one vendor, move on to the next, and enjoy all of your city’s BEST vegan eats without getting full for a fraction of the price of a regular meal. Who doesn’t love that? And if you prefer larger portions, you’ll get that too! Best of both worlds, amirite?
As a community stronghold in North Hollywood, VSF has been named a 2017 Good Food Champion by the Los Angeles Food Policy Council for bringing health conscious food to the community at large. We are eternally grateful for this recognition.
FAVORITE and NEWEST FEATURES:
• Now 2 days! (11am – 7pm)
• FREE ENTRANCE
• Family friendly
• 21+ Beer Garden at The Federal NoHo
• 200 vendors
• 3 DJ Stages
• 2 All Inclusive Passports to choose from- The Hits and New Kids- where you pay 1 price and get a $4 portion from 16 carefully selected vendors.
• Pay vendors directly, cash or credit
• More activities and games
• Entrance is absolutely FREE but if you prefer to skip some lines, Weekend and Single Day Fast Passes (FKA VIP Passes) and Passports can be purchased here https://www.eventbrite.com/e/premium-passes-for-vegan-street-fair-2020-tickets-85295678671
This event is open to the public. All ages + vegans and non-vegans are welcome.
Visit Official Event Website
Sorry, companion animals are not allowed per CA county health rules.