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Squamish Vegan Festival returns with music, workshops & activities

The festival will be at the Al McIntosh Loggers Sports Grounds from June 7 to 9 for the second annual event.

Locals interested in plant-based diets and fun activities should mark their calendars, the Squamish Vegan Festival is returning in just a few short weeks.

According to a news release, the festival will take over the Al McIntosh Loggers Sports Grounds on 39555 Loggers Lane from June 7 to 9. It will feature a variety of activities, including live music, yoga, cooking and nutrition workshops, arts, and more.

This is the second annual festival, with the first happening in June of last year.

“I want everyone to feel welcome, whether you're vegan, vegan-curious or not vegan. We just want to share all the love and all the amazing things that different vegan businesses and organizations are doing to make the world a better place,” said event organizer Tosha Lobsinger in an interview with The Squamish Chief in May 2023 about the first festival.

Like last year, the event will have two stages, each hosting a variety of activities throughout the weekend.

Some highlights include making ceramic spoons with Liz Sax Ceramics, slacklining lessons, learning how to make zero-waste vegan sauces with Vegan Family Kitchen, and DJs Siren of the Elements, Anarcho Junglist, and Mankind.

Additionally, there will be food and drink vendors such as Tera V Burger, Eternal Abundance, Hoochy Booch, Howe Sound Brewing, and Geo Cider.

There are a variety of ticketing options for those hoping to attend.

A full weekend pass is $245 for teenagers and adults, $130 for kids aged four to 12, and free for children up to three.

If you are only interested in certain activities or days, day and night passes for each day can be purchased individually for a lower cost. If you are visiting from out of town and want to camp at the grounds, a separate camping pass and parking will be required, with a few different options as well.

For more information about the event, visit

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