Tickets

Tickets for this event are available both in advance and on the gate - advance tickets are now on sale with BUY ONE GET ONE HALF PRICE offers running until the end of April

Advance day tickets – £11.00 (adults), £5.50 (concessions*) [including 10% booking fees]
Tickets on the gate – £12 (adults), £6 (concessions*) [subject to availability]

*NEW* VegfestUK supporters tickets

£27.50 each including 10% booking fees

Each ticket includes

  • access to hospitality lounges on Level 3,
  • priority entrance,
  • a goody bag full of quality vegan products on arrival, and
  • kudos for supporting VegfestUK’s latest ambitious move into this amazing new venue

“We’re thrilled to offer the option of supporter tickets to our visitors, for our 2018 Bristol event. The outstanding facilities on Level 3 on the recently renovated Main Stand provide a new level of comfort for vegan events, as well as providing the opportunity for some of the core supporters to be able to assist the event financially. We hope many of our long-standing supporters will take up this opportunity.” – VegfestUK organisers

Find out more about the supporter tickets here.

For further information and discussion on prices, please see here.

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One of the hospitality lounges on Level 3 (top floor) of the venue

Kids under 16

can enter for free as long as they are accompanied by adults.

* Note on concessions tickets

Concessions tickets holders must bring ID to the gate for verification of their “Concessions” status. Concessions include

  • OAP’s,
  • Students (with photo ID from their place of study)
  • Claimants, and
  • Visitors with disabilities (carer comes free)
Visitors with Disabilities

Visitors with disabilities are encouraged to come to the front of the queue whilst waiting before the event opens. Sheltered seating areas are available if required.

In each talks room with rows of seating, seats will be made available for visitors with disabilities in the front row of the talks rooms, and spaces for wheelchairs/mobility scooters made available. Anyone who is hard of hearing, or has a disability, and requires front-row seating, should make themselves known to stewards manning the talks room in question, and priority seating will be arranged.

BSL interpreters will be available for some talks - a full programme will be published in advance.

Accessible toilets are clearly marked at the venue.

Elevators are readily available at the venue for visitors with disabilities to go from one floor to another.

For full info on accessibility at the venue, please refer to the link here.