Bali Vegan Festival will be held this October to unite the local and international community by promoting love and care for animals and the earth. The three-day festival will feature a number of creative speakers.
The festival recently announced that filmmaker and environmentalist Kip Anderson will be joining the festival with a screening of his new documentary What the Health. Vegan runners Alan Murray and Janette Murray-Wakelin will also be joining Anderson to raise awareness about sustainable future and conscious lifestyle choices. Bali Vegan Festival also invites representatives from Humane Society International and Indonesia Vegetarian Society and BAWA to discuss ways to be an effective activist.
Bali Vegan Festival will take place in two venues in Ubud: Paradiso, the island’s cultural centre and the world’s first organic vegan cinema; and also Taksu Garden Spa, set 50 metres away. The festival welcomes food and health enthusiasts, as well as everyone to participate in a series of interesting talks, workshops, and classes. For more information please visit www.baliveganfestival.com.