Vegan Bazaar


Vida Vegan Bazaar poster

Thanks so much to all who joined us for a taste of Vida Vegan Con fun, with hourly raffle prizes, food trucks, 60+ vendors, live demos, samples, presentations & panels!  

Here’s a look at what we had going on:

FRIDAY, MAY 29 @ The Marchesa Hall & Theatre

noon – 1:00 pm   Exclusive Vida Vegan Con Attendee + Speaker first hour, Conference Registration
All registered Vida Vegan Con attendees and speakers are invited to an exclusive first hour of our new Vegan Bazaar. You receive early access to meet all our vendors—and check out the Earth Balance photobooth and special treats, no doubt.

1:00 pm – 7:00 pm  Vegan Bazaar Open to the Public

Welcome to opening day of Vida Vegan Con III + our debut Vegan Bazaar! Expect vendors, samples, food trucks, cocktails, live demos, games, heaps of vegan food, surprises, and a dose of the lively, contemporary panels you’ve come to expect from Vida Vegan Con. Tickets are available to the public here.

What’s in store at the Vegan Bazaar:

DIY Kombucha + Homebrewing Demo, Bianca Phillips
Welcome Talk, Gene Baur
“No Judgement Vegan Family & Parenting Panel Joanna Vaught, moderator, Monique Koch, Sayward Rebhal, Brian “Sexy Vegan” Patton
Decadent Dessert Demo Fran “Queen of Vegan Desserts” Costigan
“How We Made Austin Awesome,” aka Austin Community Panel Stephanie “Lazy Smurf” Bogdanich, moderator, Jessica Morris, Kristen Davenport, Molly Frisinger
Don’t Read the Comments: Terry Hope Romero’s Guide to Cooking, Writing, the Internet & Life

*Remember, all official Vida Vegan Con weekend attendees are already on the door list and get an exclusive first hour, from noon ’til 1pm!!! Tickets to the public are now available above.

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Here’s a sneak peek of who’s joining us: 

 

Check out our Vegan Bazaar 2015 Exhibitor Tips


19 thoughts on “Vegan Bazaar

    Dan Hnaley said:
    March 29, 2015 at 2:23 pm

    Hello! This is Dan from The Gay Vegans. My husband Mike is coming to Austin with me. He has been weaving some amazing vegan creations. I’m writing to see how much it would be to get him abooth at the Bazaar, and/or if that is something that could happen.

    New Vida Vegan Con Badges, Baby! « Vida Vegan HQ said:
    April 13, 2015 at 7:57 pm

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      Michael said:
      April 17, 2015 at 9:01 am

      It would be nice to see MORE diversity. Surely veganism is for everyone but I wouldn’t know that looking at your line up over the past couple of years. Veganism is quickly and awkwardly becoming a privileged option for A particular class of human beings. If the goal is to TRULY help others then you’ve missed it , but if it’s to be part of a fad you’ve hit the head on the nail.

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    April 29, 2015 at 4:44 am

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    Stephanie Shelton said:
    May 15, 2015 at 10:20 am

    I’m not sure what happened to our logo, but Mean Vegan Products is excited to be a part of this as well! http://www.MeanVeganProducts.com

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    Les Faulk said:
    May 28, 2015 at 8:28 pm

    “Open to the public” traditionally means “FREE.” Change your words.

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    gordon said:
    May 29, 2015 at 6:04 am

    When I try to leave my name, email and interest via my Android phone, the fields are uneditable. In fact it jumps straight to the logo image for some reason. I will try via my computer and wanted you yo be aware of the mobile bug😉 Thanks!!

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