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BOSHFEST!

BOSHFEST!

BOSH! and HQ join forces to host a food, drink and music festival powered by plants.

HQ, in partnership with Borough Market and Waterstones, are delighted to announce plans to host a festival celebrating the recent explosion in the popularity of plant-based food, #BOSHFEST.

Coinciding with the publication of BOSH! by Henry and Ian, #BOSHFEST will be a celebration of food, cocktails and music.

It will take place at Borough Market Hall on the 19th April 2018, 7pm - midnight. There will be samples of food and drinks from the highly anticipated BOSH! book, short demos and talks from BOSH! and special guests as well as retailers, a bar and DJs.

In the spirit of their all-inclusive philosophy, BOSH! will include their 1.5 million social media followers from across the globe, by simultaneously hosting a series of #BOSHFEST events on their social media channels.

 #BOSHFEST will be an occasion for food lovers to celebrate and explore plant-based eating right at the heart of the world-famous Borough Market and all for the price of £20 per ticket. Included in their ticket, every attendee will receive BOSH! food and cocktail samples, as well as a goody bag with a copy of the just published BOSH! book (RRP £20). There will also be the chance to browse food stalls, visit the bar, learn all-plant cookery tips, watch inspirational talks, and listen to great music. Virtual events will be free to join, and can be viewed live or retrospectively on BOSH! social channels.

Tickets are available to purchase HERE!

For fans who can’t attend the festival, they can pre-order their BOSH! book half price from Waterstones now.