January 29-30, 2022
Sedona Performing Arts Center

Sedona VegFest 2022

Just A Few Words . . .

About Sedona VegFest

Sedona VegFest 2021 had to be cancelled, because of Covid-19 pandemic concerns. But we’ll be back better than ever in 2022!

We hope you are all keeping safe and well. Because we want to see you at VegFest 2022, whether you’re an old friend and repeat attendee or whether you’re a first timer to our event and to Sedona. Until then, visit us at healthyworldsedona.com to keep in touch and stay current on plant-based news. And see the page footer below for links to the photos and videos from past Sedona VegFest events!

Where

Sedona Performing Arts Center
995 Upper Red Rock Loop Rd
Sedona, AZ 86336

When

January 29-30, 2022
Saturday and Sunday

Sedona VegFest 2022 Has Begun!

Venue

Sedona Performing Arts Center
995 Upper Red Rock Loop Rd, Sedona, AZ 86336

The Sedona Performing Arts Center is an ADA-compliant, 750-person facility on the campus of Sedona Red Rock High School, which doubles as the school’s auditorium. Its stage is the site of all VegFest speaker presentations, while its generous, glass-walled lobby serves as the exhibit area and concession stand. Cooking demonstrations are held in the nearby cafeteria.

Sedona VegFest 2020 Highlights

Sedona VegFest 2022

Tickets Go On Sale August 2021

Sadly, there will be no Sedona VegFest in 2021, but we look forward to your joining us January 29-30, 2022. To be sure you know when tickets go on sale and all the details of Sedona VegFest 2022, be sure you’re on the HWS email list. Click below to subscribe.

To Be Announced . . .

Our Confirmed Speakers and Presenters

(Do you have a favorite plant-based speaker you’d like to recommend? Let us know at info@healthyworldsedona.com!)

We Love Our Terrific Sponsors . . .

Sedona VegFest 2020 Garden and Blossom Level Sponsors

A Few Words About Your Host . . .

Healthy World Sedona

Co-Founders, Don Fries and Bev Bow

Healthy World Sedona (HWS) has produced the Sedona VegFest on a weekend in January each year since 2017. It was founded as an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit by Don Fries and Bev Bow in 2016 for the purpose of educating and inspiring the public to adopt a whole food, plant-based lifestyle for personal health, to eliminate unnecessary suffering and death of animals raised for food, and to reduce global warming and other environmental effects caused by animal agriculture. HWS serves primarily Sedona and the Verde Valley in northern Arizona, but has attracted attendees to Sedona VegFest from across the U.S. and internationally as far as South Korea. To learn more about the mission and many activities of HWS, please visit healthyworldsedona.com. And if you approve of our mission and are able to help support it, donations are very much appreciated and  always go entirely toward the HWS programs.

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