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Plant Powered Expo – Advance tickets now on sale

  • 1st November 2019
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New vegans, Veganuary participants and the plant-based curious will enjoy the news that advance tickets for the brand-new consumer show Plant Powered Expo, a huge celebration of all things plant-based, are now on sale with special BUY 1 GET 2 FREE offers tailor-made for those who want to invite a friend, family member, colleague or two to the wonders of a plant-based way of life.

Taking place on February 1st 2nd 2020 at Olympia London (National Hall) right after Veganuary 2020, the expo consists of a broad range of shopping options and special offers from 235 Exhibitors, a Global Food Court with a globally inspired plant-based menu from a selection of handpicked caterers, 2 Cookery Theatres demonstrating international cuisines as well as street food, on top of presentations on Fitness, Health, Environment, Lifestyle, Growing your own Food, and The Vegan Academy as an introduction to the vegan philosophy.

Advance tickets for the event are priced at £15 (adults) / £10 (concessions) for 1 day, and £25 (adults) / £15 (concessions) for the weekend (prices include booking fees). Tickets are now on sale at the link here.

With the BUY 1 GET 2 FREE offer on the weekend tickets, adults can buy 3 weekend tickets (effectively 6 day tickets) at the price of £4.17 per ticket, and students (who qualify for concessions rates) can buy 3 weekend tickets (effectively 6 day tickets) at the price of £2.50 per ticket. Plant Powered Expo is therefore the ideal occasion for extending an invitation to those eager to sample the best of a plant-based way of life.

Kids under 16 can get free entry as long as they are accompanied by adults.

Each entry ticket includes access to all talks, cookery demos, panels and workshops during the event weekend.

Visit the event website www.plantpoweredexpo.co.uk for more information about the event, and check out the latest updates from the event via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Also join the Facebook event here.

The organisers extend special thanks to the event sponsors Bute Island Foods, PVLSE and Yaoh.