Following the overwhelming success of Peterborough’s first Vegan Christmas Festival (an event which will return later this year), the organisers of the event – the Thrive Tribe - bring you a very special summer gathering.
On Sunday, June 23, 2019, this ticketed, intimate and inclusive event will feature talks from the likes of vegan Olympic athlete Fiona Oakes. Fiona is also a Guinness World Record holder. Vegan internet sensations Cath Kendall and Jordan Steven will also speak, along with a representative from Extinction Rebellion – we’re sure you’ve heard of them recently! Along with those speakers, and more, there will be a full programme of interactive workshops, including guided meditation, yoga, cacao ceremonies, henna and nature crafting between 10am and 6pm.
As if this isn’t enough, we have a stage of live music, featuring local acts such as Opaque, A Great Notion and Pennyless as well as ethical national names including The Lartey Sisters and The High Breed.
The day will also feature food vendors and a number of stalls – all in the sacred and beautiful setting of Moonhenge, in Woodwalton, on the outskirts of Peterborough.
A Thrive spokesman said: “We intend to marry the benefits of a plant-based diet with notions of ethical wellbeing at a festival promoting a sustainable future, a vegan lifestyle and family entertainment in relaxing and beautiful surroundings. The Christmas festival will return in November, but in the meantime, we wanted to bring a more exclusive, interactive and intimate experience – and what better time to do it than on Solstice weekend?”
Tickets only cost £22 for adults and £18 for 11-16-year-olds. Under-11s go free with a ticket-holding adult. Tickets are available here.