Vegan Street Fair Goes Virtual

Vegan Street Fair Goes Virtual

May 22, 2020 BY: Allie Mitchell

This beloved vegan event will now take place online! Vegan Street Fair is one of the biggest foodie events of the year. Although we were hoping to enjoy all the best vegan dishes while mingling with rad plant-eaters in person, the Vegan Street Fair team crafted a new way to host their festivities. What does that mean? They’re bringing the fun to your computer screen with Vegan Street Fair At Home!

Starting on June 1st, you will be able to view cooking classes, master classes, and Q&A’s from your favorite vegan influencers and pop-up owners! You’ll learn new skills in cooking, business, entrepreneurship, and content creation. On top of that, you can ask questions of vegan influencers, vendors, and brands about their products, inspiration, business, and more! Who are some of the hosts? Tabitha Brown, Koya Webb, and Harley Quinn Smith as well as the owners of Vegatinos, San & Wolves Bakeshop, and The Base.

To access this fun and inspiring content from Vegan Street Fair, you can sign up to become a patron on their online platform. When you sign up, there are three different tiers to choose from. The tiers range in price and benefits depending on what you’re hoping to get out of the program (including merch and food samples)!

Want to join in on the fun? Head over to the Vegan Street Fair Instagram page for more information!

 

Photo credit: Joel Barragan

 

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