The UK’s first zero waste vegan festival is coming this summer

Read Time:   |  29th May 2018

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The UK’s first zero-waste vegan festival, No Planet B, is set to take place this summer with a stellar line-up of speakers, events, music and food.

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The UK’s first zero-waste vegan festival, No Planet B, is set to take place in the Cotswolds on 17-19 August.*

What’s on?

The zero-waste vegan festival is described as ‘TED Talk meets music festival’, where visitors will find classes, workshops and talks by people like vegan activist James Aspey, Earthling Ed, Sea Shepherd and Aine Carlin.

The aim of the festival is to help vegans to take their ethics to the next level and focus on the amount of waste we produce. “The more you learn about these movements, the more you see how intrinsically linked they all are,” the festival organisers say.

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“Minimalists, Vegans and Zero-Wasters coming together and sharing their knowledge to create a greener future. Ethical consumerism, permaculture and awareness are all part of this festival and the wider picture. We are creating a space to move into this future.”

There’ll also be talks on permaculture, yoga, relaxation, stalls, and ‘definitely not a plastic cup in sight’. For those looking for some tasty grub to munch on at the festival, there’s plenty of vendors to choose from like Shakey Shakey, Epic Veg Kitchen, En Root, Vegals and many more vendors to come.


The organisers are keen to create an environment where waste-conscious earthlings can relax in a stress-free environment with likeminded eco-warriors.

According to the organisers: “We envisioned a place where like-minded eco-warriors could all relax and enjoy sharing their expertise and life experiences in a beautiful stress-free environment.

“We could’ve launched a day event in London, but it just wouldn’t have offered the complete experience we were after. We needed to be in the open countryside breathing in fresh air, taking time to digest and integrate learning into everyday activities like yoga, eating, relaxing whilst having fun with friends.

“Trying to live a Vegan, Zero Waste and Minimalist lifestyle can often feel isolating and comes with challenges made easier by connecting with others online who share the same values. But we believe No Planet B Festival is the perfect place to bring together these vast online communities so that people can meet in person and unite in spreading a very important message for the planet.”

SWIPE LEFT 👉🏼 to watch the full video! 🤩🌿💚⠀ Our vision is to unite the fastest growing sustainability movements of our time – Zero-Waste, Minimalism & Veganism. Think TED talk meets music festival in the beautiful Cotswolds! 🇬🇧You won’t see a plastic cup in sight 🚫Come join and feast on the best vegan street food the UK has to offer, learn from experts, activists and influencers and unwind to live music and DJ sets. You can even head over to @soulcircusfestival for free to make the most of their Yoga & Pilates classes! 🌟Tag who you want to bring along 👯‍♂️👯‍♂️⠀ Big thanks to all our amazing ambassadors who featured in the video! 🙏🏼⠀ ————————————————⠀ Tickets available very soon!! 🎉 Limited early bird tickets available, so be sure to sign up to our ticket waitlist link in bio, and be the first to get your hands on our exclusive early bird tickets 🐣⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #noplanetb #noplanetb🌍#noplanetbfest #zerowastelifestyle #plasticfreeforthesea #packagefree #wastefree #minimalwaste #eastlondonstyle #nowastewater #supportbritishbusiness #plasticfreeliving #lifestylehacks #ecoconsious #ecohome #greenlifestyle #greenlivinggoddess #oneplanetonefuture #oneplanetonefuture #goingzerowaste #lowwaste #0waste #sustainablelivingcommunity #sustainably #sustainableluxury #ecopads #reuse #slowlifestyle #watersolutions #saveoursea @kyle_osull @onemanplan @sustainablestephanie @liviavanh @thegirlgonegreen @carlytaylor269 @hannahhebo @launette @jamesaspey @maudie_alicia @gennaaltai @iamlekenah @aminaaltai @christophbush

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The festival is currently crowdfunding to raise money to host the event, and so far has raised £14,539 of its £25,000 goal.

There are just 15 days to go, so if it sounds like a festival you’d like to attend now is the time to pledge your support. A pledge of £89 will secure an adult one-day ticket, £102 for a two-dayer and £119 for three days.

If you pledge £183 you will get the full VIP three-day experience, which includes access to the VIP lounge area, priority seas, a No Planet B t-shirt and a toiletry kit full of the most luxurious, ethical vegan cosmetics.

Tickets include a free pitch to camp and park and if you don’t enjoy camping in a tend, and there will also be ‘glamping’ options available to buy from mid-June. You can back the campaign here.

*No Planet B has been postponed until summer 2019

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