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Vegan Soulfest celebrates Baltimore culture and veganism

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In partnership with We Give Black Fest, this annual event enters its seventh year celebrating Baltimore’s vegan culture, music and community.

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This year’s festival will be unlike anything Naija and I have done in the past. There’s something for everyone this year: great music, dynamic speakers, and the best vegan food at the DMV. ”

— Brenda Sanders

BALTIMORE, Md., United States, Aug. 11, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Vegan Soulfest returns to Baltimore this August 19-21 at West Covington Park in Port Covington. Previously he was a one-day event, but attendees are looking forward to three full days celebrating culture, veganism and positive community change. This unique event offers guests a plant-based food marketplace, cooking demonstrations, expert speakers, musical performances, a wellness village, an immersive pop-up shop and lounge by Good Neighbor, and food tastings from Liola and Double Zero. .

“This year’s festival is unlike anything Nyjah and I have done before,” said Brenda Saunders, co-founder of Vegan Soulfest. ! ”

For the first time, Vegan Soulfest will partner with CLLCTIVLY and their first We Give Black Fest. We Give Black Fest is his annual three-day event dedicated to social change, fundraising, and scaling black-led organizations that serve Greater Baltimore. By sharing the festival venue, this partnership will help Baltimore to host more local vendors, empower panelists and demonstrations, and provide the resources to host an incredible line-up of artists and speakers. Increase your impact on the community.

“CLLCTVLY’s mission is to provide a platform for Black-led social change organizations and changemakers to increase their visibility, expand their impact, and foster deeper connections through their communities,” said the founder. said Jamye Wooten of “We invite Baltimore to join us in supporting these on-the-ground organizations that are dedicated to making a difference in Baltimore and delivering the future of Black Baltimore.”

Musical acts include performances by Bilal, Ro James, Al Rogers Jr. & Da Lor Band, Daley, Maimouna Youssef aka Mumu Fresh, Jade Novah and Gray. Featured special guest speakers include John “the Badass Vegan” Lewis, Dr. Milton Mills of Plant-Based Nation, Dr. Qadira Huff of Sprouting Wellness, Dr. Ruby Lathon of What The Health, and Trayce of 10 Million Black Vegan Women Includes McQuirter.

Vegan Soulfest was first organized in 2014 by Naijha Wright-Brown, co-owner of The Land of Kush, and Brenda Sanders, executive director of the Afro-Vegan Society. Massively promotes a diet based on health and the importance of a holistic lifestyle. In 2015, Vegan Soulfest entered into a preliminary partnership with Baltimore City Community College (BCCC). In 2017, his final year at BCCC, the Vegan Soul Fest entertained over 10,000 attendees and the festival continues to grow each year.

“Brenda and I couldn’t have had a better partner to share the reimagined experience of Vegan Soulfest than Jamie Wooten from CLLCTVLY,” said Naijha Wright-Brown. Our mission is to build a future for black people.

The event takes place on Friday, August 19 (2-10pm), Saturday, August 20 (12-10pm), and Sunday, August 21 (12-7pm) will be General and VIP tickets are available for full admission for 3, 2 or 1 days. Event attendees can purchase tickets online at https://www.vegansoulfest.com/ or https://wegiveblack.com/. General event information can be found at https://www.vegansoulfest.com/festival-general-info/.

Sponsored by Black Veg Society, Afro-Vegan Society, Cllctivly, A Well-Fed World, Visit Maryland and more.

Nyjah Wright-Brown
Black Veggie Society
+1 443-343-2834
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