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Festival weekend at Ashton Gate

Football fans can enjoy the UEFA Champions League final this weekend as part of VegFestUK at Ashton Gate.

The final between Liverpool and Real Madrid (May 26th, 7.45pm kick-off) will be shown on the big screen in the Sports Bar.

It will be just one part of a ticketed weekend which will include international DJ Judge Jules as well as live comedy, magicians and a club night.

VegFestUK runs from 11am–11pm on Saturday and from 11am–9pm on Sunday, welcoming a whole new set of features as well as retaining its traditional flavours in the form of more than 200 stalls, spread over three main concourses.

The flagship Lansdown Restaurant, which can hold up to a thousand theatre-style, will play host to a variety of creative talks and cookery demos, all of which will run until 6pm each day.

Meanwhile, a number of outdoor catering stalls will line Marina Dolman Way along the Lansdown Stand, recreating a match day “fan village” with local DJ’s and acoustic acts adding to the outdoor atmosphere.

It is the city's third-largest event, behind the International Balloon Fiesta and Harbour Festival. It will also be Ashton Gate's largest non-match day event since the stadium's redevelopment.

Tickets for VegfestUK start from £6 and can be bought on the day or click below to purchase online.

The Sports Store and Pizzeria will also be open for those attending VegFestUK.

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