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Vegetarian Food Festival! Free admission!

Free speaker series! Free samples! Inspiring presentations! Exhibitors! Kids Zone! Educational! Restaurants! FUN, FUN, FUN!


2014 Worcester VegFest

Sunday, April 6th[masked]am~5pm

at The DCU Center

50 Foster St, Worcester, MA

(North Exhibition Hall)

The 5th Annual Worcester VegFest, hosted by VegWorcester is a free festival that brings the community together to celebrate vegetarianism–an animal-friendly, environmentally sustainable, and healthy lifestyle. Our event features socially responsible businesses, inspiring speakers, performers, and samples of vegan food and products.

Doors open to the public at 11am. All ages welcome.

Admission is free! We highly recommend bringing cash for the vegan restaurants & bakeries, as well as all the great exhibitors featuring vegan products such as books / clothing.

We encourage you to donate to support our work at VegWorcester and the many animal welfare organizations representing!


Victoria Moran, Main Street Vegan & best-selling author

Robert Cheeke, Vegan body builder & best-selling author

Erica Meier, Executive director ofCompassion Over Killing

+ One more TBA soon!

---SPONSORED BY----------------------------


Spirit of Change Magazine

WOO Card

Worcester Magazine

Way Better Snacks



Syracuse Animal Rights

Loving Hut

Vegan Proteins: Online Vegan Supplement Shop

Special Thanks toThe Pollination Project

Special Thanks toA Well-Fed World

--GET INVOLVED------------------------------

To sponsor, exhibit, donate, volunteer, or otherwise participate in Worcester VegFest 2014, visit

Spread the word! Post on your FB Wall & FB groups! Tweet on Twitter! Send an email blast! Invite your friends and family!

Use #WorcesterVegFest


The DCU Center's street address is 50 Foster Street, Worcester, MA 01608. The Worcester VegFest will be held in the North Exhibition Hall, at the corner of Major Taylor Blvd & MLK Jr Blvd with entrance located at the Showcase Corner. Detailed Directions are available here:


Worcester VegFest is 100% free of charge, but DCU Center does not have its own private lot. Exhibitors will have discount garage parking, though we cannot offer a discounted/free rate for up to 7,000+ attendees expected. However, local street parking is free & the closest garage, Major Taylor Municipal Garage has prices advertised as (Up to 1 Hour $2, Each Additional Hour $1.)



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  • A former member
    A former member

    Needs a different, more quiet venue that can handle the crowds. Too cramped and loud. Too much "for sale" food caused much of the congestion. Move them to another area. Would go again if it was better presented.

    April 16, 2014

    • A former member
      A former member

      Just to clarify Larry, I didn't suggest to have less food vendors, only to move them away from the other "free" tables so there is more room in the aisles to walk. Another option would be to make wider aisles, and yes, moving the speakers to a more quiet location would be helpful as well. What I also felt was very much needed were more free food vendors giving vegan samples. You know, vegan food companies (i.e., Cedar's) giving samples of their products. I'm a hard-core animal rights activist, but being a VegFest, shouldn't more vegan food options be represented instead of so many animal rights/welfare tables? Thanks!

      May 16, 2014

    • Larry K.

      Samples from more vegan food producers would be great, but unfortunately it is very difficult to get distant businesses to commit to the major time and expense of participating in a far-away event.

      May 16, 2014

  • Tracy S

    Very nice exhibit....although I was hoping there would be vegetables and fruits for sale

    April 6, 2014

    • Dan H.

      There was a booth selling organic veggies. It was really cheap too.

      April 6, 2014

    • Manda P.

      Living Earth had a booth selling organic fruit and vegetables. We also had regional environmental council selling plants.

      April 25, 2014

  • Nicole L

    This was my first time and I really enjoyed it. It did get very crowded, but it was a nice crowd. I will definitely go next year. More tables to eat at would be nice since there was space for them and actually tables that weren't put up. My friends said they enjoyed it more than the Boston festival.

    2 · April 16, 2014

  • Nicole F.

    It was a great event as always!

    April 8, 2014

  • Manda P.


    April 7, 2014

  • Mariana M.

    This was a great event. Met a lot of cool people.

    April 6, 2014

  • Mariana M.

    This is going to be great event!

    March 31, 2014

  • Dan H.

    Can't wait!

    March 26, 2014

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