Romesh Ranganathan will be headlining the world’s largest vegan festival being held at a heritage site.

The deadpan comedian is due to headline the event, which will be the site of talks, food stalls, live music, activism workshops, yoga, afterparties and family friendly activities.

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Delivered by Vegan Campout, which holds the festival annually, the event will take over Bicester Heritage grounds for four days from July 28 to 31.

Other headliners include Joey Carbstrong, ex-gang member turned animal rights activist, Youtuber and blogger Cosmic Skeptic and Sam Ryder, a songwriter who rose to fame through TikTok.

Tickets are available from, with adults charged £85, kids £40 and infants up to three-years-old going free.

Last year’s festival was held at Stanford Hall, in Lutterworth, with over 12,000 people in attendance.


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This story was written by Matthew Norman, he joined the team in 2022 as a Facebook community reporter.

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