Tulsa VegFest


Tulsa VegFest News



Tulsa, OK (August, 22, 2018) -- The Planning Committee of Tulsa's first ever festival focusing on a Whole Food Plant-Based Lifestyle, announces that the inaugural Tulsa VegFest will be held at Guthrie Green in the Arts District of downtown Tulsa on May 4, 2019. Thousands of spectators are expected at this annual event that will feature prominent guest speakers, a plant-based food court, exhibitors from around Tulsa, the region, and more.

The public is invited to “save the date” to attend this family-friendly, FREE all-day event where they can learn about the benefits of a plant-based lifestyle as well as enjoy delicious food from area establishments. Individuals, restaurants and companies interested in participating in this inaugural event may take advantage of “early bird” pricing by applying soon through the website www.tulsavegfest.org.

Speakers, who are experts in their fields, will come to Tulsa VegFest from around the state and across the nation. Though the schedule of speakers & topics is currently being completed, attendees can expect to hear presentations on topics like plant-based weight loss, preventing and reversing diseases like diabetes and heart disease, and sustainability practices.

"People can visit for an hour or stay all day, and walk away with useful information that will improve their health & happiness. Tulsa VegFest will feature an outstanding assortment of delicious plant-based food," says Melissa Furman, Co-Founder of Tulsa VegFest and its non-profit organization.

"There is a dynamic leadership team working hard behind the scenes. We wanted to share our passion for a nutrient-dense lifestyle that changes lives and we are excited to bring this to Tulsa,” says Krisann Polito-Moller, Co-Founder of Tulsa Vegfest. “The initial support from the community is fantastic! The Evans Davis law firm and Muret CPA accounting firm are our first corporate sponsors who have helped us get a running start.”

To learn more about the event, including vendor information, volunteering and sponsorships, go to www.www.tulsavegfest.org. Tulsa VegFest can also be found on Facebook and Instagram.

Tulsa VegFest is formed and operated by Plant-Based Green Country, a non-profit organization dedicated to educating and encouraging the public about the benefits of living a whole food plant-based lifestyle. Donating to this health-focused cause is tax deductible and may be done via the website at www.tulsavegfest.org.