Brisbane Vegan Markets 2020
Brissie's vegan market returns.
September 17, 2020
If you're dedicated to avoiding meat and animal products, then you probably became an instant regular at Brisbane Vegan Markets when they first popped up a couple of years back. And, now that Brisbane's COVID-19 lockdowns are easing, we're guessing you've remade your acquaintance.
Mark every second and fourth Sunday of the month in your diary, which is when Brisbane Vegan Markets unleashes its regular gathering dedicated to animal-free wares. Celebrating ethical eating choices is the name of the game, and in the best way that anyone can: bringing together all of the stalls selling all of the vegan products.
Whatever type of cruelty-free food you're after, there's a very good chance you'll find it here — from 9am–3pm, with the next market taking place on Sunday, October 25.
Stallholders always change each time, but attendees can expect guilt-free grab bites from a rotating range of top spots. Based on past markets, expect guilt-free grab bites and wares from a rotating range that has previously included I Should Coco, Grassfed, Tibetan Momo, Kings Indian Fusion, Fire & Dough, Tapioca Traders, Organic Frog Doughnuts, Chai Cart, Vegan Van, Vurger, Green Street Foods, Flour of Life and Popcorn Downunder — and they're just some of the Brissy traders known to sell their animal-free goods.
Brisbane Vegan Markets take place on the second and fourth Sunday of each month from 9am.
Top image: Grassfed.
Updated October 16.