After the huge success of last year's event the second Milton Keynes Vegan Festival is being held at Fishermead Trinity Centre tomorrow (July 29).
Anyone thinking of making the switch to a cruelty-free lifestyle will be in good company at the event, with a wealth of experts on hands to dismiss the myths and replace with facts.
Confirmed speakers include Lynn Sawyer, Ronnie Lee, Jeanette Rowley, Heather Russell, Dr Brett Cochrane and Dean Bracher.
It's a tempting affair in more ways than one, with a wealth of super tasty food alternatives ready to be served.
Among the names showing out and serving up will be A Vegetative State, Kandola's Kitchen, Vegan Cheese Lovers Club, Mex It Up, The Naturally Vegan Food Company, Gourmet Vegan, Viva la Vegan and Minkiemoo Bakery.
Others at the event will include Black Star Printshop, Tropic Skin Care and Bohemian Chic Minerals.
Campaigners and charity stalls will plentiful too and include MK Vegans, Brook Farm, Animal Justice Project, Bedfordshire Badger Group, Beds and Bucks Hunt Sabs, MK Cat Rescue and Greyhound Friends.
When you've filled up on food and armed yourselves with knowledge, you can enjoy live music too.
It's meat-free and marvellous, and all are welcome.
Entry is free and the event runs 10am to 4pm.