Vegan Camp Out festival to return to Bicester with celebrity appearances

A festival goer sat on a big vegan sign at Vegan Campout Festival, in Bicester <i>(Image: Ed Nix)</i>
A festival goer sat on a big vegan sign at Vegan Campout Festival, in Bicester (Image: Ed Nix)

The Vegan Camp Out festival is returning to Bicester this year with celebrities Kate Nash and Chris Packham as part of the line-up.

The event consists of four days and three nights of camping, talks, live music, afterparties, yoga and meditation classes, workshops and vegan food.

The event will be taking place from July 26 to 29 at Bicester Heritage.

Singer Kate Nash and broadcaster Chris Packham are among those in the line-up.

Drag queen Bimini Bon Boulash is also scheduled to attend.

Other guests in the line-up include educator and speaker Earthling Ed, author and physician Michael Greger, and Reggae musician Macka B.

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According to their website, Vegan Camp Out is the world’s largest vegan camping festival as well as being the most international, with campers coming from over 40 different countries each year.

According to their Facebook Page 75 per cent of tickets have already sold out.

There will be a main stage for the talks, a stage for bands and musicians performing all weekend, a mind and body stage for yoga, meditation, fitness and health classes, and an activism stage with talks, alongside workshops throughout the weekend.

There will be a wide range of food and drinks on offer from 60 vendors including pizza, kebab, smoothies, juices, Indian, ice cream, cakes, burgers and hotdogs.

Water points will also be available across the site free of charge.

Tickets can be found on the Vegan Camp Out website.