TULSA, Okla. - Organizers announced the date for the first-annual Tulsa VegFest on Thursday.
The festival is expected to feature over 60 plant-based food, health and sustainability vendors in downtown Tulsa. Tulsa VegFest will be held at Guthrie Green in the Tulsa Arts District on May 4.
Local vendors include Ediblend Superfood Cafe and Cult Komboucha.
The event is family-friendly and will feature national and local speakers, a plant-based food court of almost 20 local vendors and about 40 other exhibitors from the region.
“Whether you’re plant-based or not, you will be exposed to a new way of thinking about food and see what our city has to offer,” said Krisann Polito-Moller, event co-founder and vice president of Plant-Based Green Country.
The event will be held from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. For more information visit TulsaVegFest.org
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