Cape Town’s Vegan Thrift Market: A Sustainable Shopping Experience

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Cape Town is known for its vibrant culture and loves bargains and fresh produce. A unique event that combines these passions to promote sustainability and cruelty-free living is the Vegan Thrift Market.

The Ultimate Sustainable Shopping Experience

The Vegan Thrift Market, taking place on June 4th at The Range in Tokai, combines the Vegan Goods Market and Thrift Fest for a one-of-a-kind shopping experience. Visitors can enjoy vegan treats, handcrafted home and body products, and quality thrifting items.

Indulge in Delicious Vegan Food and Beverages

The market offers an array of delicious vegan food and beverages, both sweet and savory. In addition, local artisans showcase handcrafted, cruelty-free home and body products, perfect for guilt-free indulgence.

Relax and Enjoy the Atmosphere

The market provides ample shade and seating to beat the heat, while plentiful parking ensures an stress-free experience. Wine and beer enthusiasts can rejoice as vegan-friendly options are available for tasting. The stunning views add to the overall ambiance of the event, which promises good vibes and a welcoming atmosphere for all attendees

Bring Your Furry Friends

Your furry friends are welcome at this inclusive event; remember to keep them on a leash and outside the main market marquee.

Essential Event Details

Event details are as follows:

  • Date: Sunday, June 4th, 2023
  • Location: The Range, Tokai
  • Time: 10 am to 3pm
  • Cost: Free entry between 10 am and 10:30am | R20 donations between 10:30am and 2:30 pm | Kids under 12 enter free

Don’t Miss Out on This Unique Shopping Experience

If you’re a fan of sustainable living and cruelty-free products, mark your calendars and experience the ultimate sustainable shopping experience at the Vegan Thrift Market on June 4th. From delectable vegan treats to quality thrifting items, there’s something for everyone at this event to be noticed..

Environmentalist and Outdoor Enthusiast. Amanda is a nature-loving, energetic, and enthusiastic environmentalist who has dedicated her life to exploring and protecting Cape Town's stunning natural landscapes. She is an experienced hiker, wildlife enthusiast, and advocate for sustainable tourism.

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