A warm welcome to VeggieWorld Copenhagen!
VeggieWorld. The trade fair for a vegan lifestyle.
Hey you!! We are VeggieWorld. We are trade fair organisers who enjoy a vegan lifestyle. Because everything we consume has an impact – on our bodies, on animals, on other people, and on the environment – we have come up with a trade fair and a platform that inspires people to follow a plant-based lifestyle. Therefore, VeggieWorld is about gaining something, and not about renouncing anything. It’s not about dogmatism, but about variety. It’s not about moral sermons, but about enjoying new possibilities. Here, you’ll get to know products that can’t be found in the supermarket, and you’ll discover vegan enjoyment. Further strengthened with tips and tricks by movers and shakers, producers, chefs and well-known people from the scene. You will also find plant-based clothing and cosmetics that make no compromises when it comes to form, colour and style. You’ll meet market entrants, people who have opted out, lateral thinkers, people who do things differently, and people who make things happen. You’ll meet people who live completely vegan and people who would like to see what a vegan diet is like and who would like to get to know this approach, step-by-step. Butchers in the 5th generation are also welcome to visit us. Because we would like to reach as many people as possible. Not only in Germany. But everywhere. We are open for something new. You, too?
After a great premiere in November 2019 we return to Copenhagen in October 2021 with joy. Together with the Danish Vegetarian Association (DVF) as our close cooperation partner, we are already looking forward to the next edition of VeggieWorld in Scandinavia. Denmark is experiencing a real boom in the vegan way of life these days. Vegan producers, traders and restaurants are shooting mushrooms from the ground and we offer the appropriate platform.
Øksnehallen is an exhibition space located on Halmtorvet in the Vesterbro district of Copenhagen. The building is a part of the Brown Meat District. The Brown Meat District is located close to Central Station, and dating from 1883. It has since 2000 been changed into a new creative cluster with galleries, art cafés, nightlife and small creative businesses like studios and architecture firms in the historical buildings. It is also home to DGI-byen, a sports, swimming and conference complex, and the exhibition hall Øksnehallen, originally a stabling place for 1,600 cattle before slaughtering.
DKK 85.00 incl. VAT.
DKK 100.00 incl. VAT. | Adults
DKK 85.00 incl. VAT. | Pupils, students, disabled persons, senior persons citizens & DVF members
Children aged 14 or under are admitted free of charge when accompanied by an adult.
Please follow THIS LINK to order tickets online. Tickets can also be purchased from the box office.
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