Nashville VegFest, a celebration of thoughtful eating and sustainable living, is Saturday, October 17 and October 18 from 11:00am to 5:00pm at the Fairgrounds Nashville Show Arena. This will be an outdoor event, but the building is covered so we are rain or shine! Vegans, vegetarians and veg-curious will experience and enjoy plant-based food and 100% vegan products from 50 vendors. The event is covered, but outdoors and costs $10 for a single day ticket or $35 for a VIP ticket. The VIP ticket (only 100 available) includes a goody bag of samples, a custom Nashville Vegfest Mask and early entrance to the event at 10:30am. Children’s admission is free. We will be a ZERO WASTE event in 2020 with the help of Compost Nashville. We encourage BYOB (Bring your own bags or bottles). We will also have recycling for items that cannot compost. Free water will be available by our water sponsor Chef Joseph's Kick Sauce and Alkaline Water. $5 parking-cash only. First 300 guests (50 per time slot/day) through the door will receive goody bags. Don't miss it! Everyone MUST WEAR A MASK, no exceptions outside of when you are eating or drinking. If you are sick, been exposed to COVID, been around a person who has been exposed, or think you might have it, please DO NOT ATTEND. We are asking everyone to come, shop, eat, and then head home. It is safer to not linger, but do everything you want to do and then head home.


  • Occurred Saturday, October 17th, 2020 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
  • Occurred Sunday, October 18th, 2020 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm


Nashville Vegfest

500 Wedgewood Avenue
Nashville, TN 37203


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