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News //VegfestUK Bristol 2016: house party and reggae sunsplash lineups announced - TICKETS NOW ON SALE
Tuesday 8th March 2016
VegfestUK organisers have announced the lineups for the 2016 vegan extravaganza on May 21st 22nd 2016 at the heart of Bristol at the Harbourside, with an original house party on the Saturday and a reggae sunsplash on the Sunday.
Marshall Jefferson headlines the Saturday house party supported by live sets from Alison Limerick (whose chart hits include the classic Where Love Lives) and Adamski (who scores an unforgettable no. 1 with Killer in 1990).
And on Sunday, vegan reggae artist Macka B headlines the Main Stage with support local artist in the shape of Andy Compton featuring Celestine and Sabrina Chyld.
The festival also features all-day lineups from local acoustic acts on 2 stages as well as its usual repertoire of 180 stalls, 15 caterers, bars, juice bars, and vendors, as well as umpteen talks on nutrition, health, lifestyle, campaigns, plus cookery demos and the benefits of the vegan philosophy.
Tickets are on sale at www.bristol.vegfest.co.uk/ticket-information, priced only £5 in advance (£8 weekends), and on an incredible BUY ONE GET ONE FREE offer for a limited period only. Admission on the gate is £8 for adults and £4 for concessions. Kids under 16 free.
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