Sydney Vegan Market 2020
A market where all the food and wares are 100 percent animal product-free.
Since starting up in 2017, Sydney's first vegan market has held countless successful events. Luckily for all of Sydney's vegans, it's back post-COVID-19. Returning from Sunday, October 18, the socially distanced market has over 100 stalls selling cruelty-free food, drinks, homewares, arts and fashion.
Conscientious consumers can wander through the stalls at the Entertainment Quarter on the third Sunday of each month, completely free to sample, sip, browse and buy, without having to worry one iota about flesh or leather .
For the most part, is all about food. Across the stalls, you can expect to see Sydney's most popular vegan brands, peddling everything from vegan sausage rolls and vegan fried chicken snack packs to vegan cinnamon scrolls and fluffy doughnuts. When you're done eating and drinking, you can spend time perusing fashion and homewares or kicking back to live entertainment.
As usual, the market is free of single-use plastic and marketgoers are encouraged to BYO containers and cups. Plus, it's dog-friendly — so your four-legged friend can enjoy a day out, too.
Sydney Vegan Market runs from 9am–4pm.
Images: Milad K.