LONDON, United Kingdom — Food, fitness and wellbeing festival Fare Healthy is returning for a third year, in a bid to inspire, educate and motivate attendees to boost their wellbeing.
Taking place on the 4th and 5th of February at the Truman Brewery in East London, the event – a pioneer of the current ‘well-fest’ movement – will welcome an estimated 8,000 attendees celebrating all things wellness.
Combining food, fitness and wellbeing, the festival launched by wellness entrepreneur Rose Lloyd Owen, targets the growing number of health-conscious consumers who are actively seeking ways to improve their lives.
Featuring pop-up restaurants and bars, exercise classes, expert panel talks and cookery demonstrations, the weekend event will also host a marketplace for over 100 wellness brands.
Influential experts and wellness influencers set to take part, include Jasmine Hemsley, Natasha Corrett, Deliciously Ella, Amelia Freer and Gaby Roslin, with Russell Bateman of the Skinny Bitch Collective and Annie Clarke of Mind, Body hosting exclusive exercise classes.
Other brands making an appearance at the festival will include Lululemon, Plenish, Rude Health and Rebel Kitchen.
Making a special appearance, Welltodo founder Lauren Armes will lead two dynamic panel discussions on the Sunday. The first, a ‘Business Stories’ session will feature Ella Woodward, Olivia Wollenberg and Pip Murray. The second ‘How To Create A Beautiful Brand’ will see Danielle Copperman, founder of Qnola, Leah Garwood-Gowers and Daisy Kristiansen, founders of The Hardihood, and Imelda Burke, founder of Content Beauty, take to the stage.
Promising to be the ultimate feel-good festival for food and fitness fans, Fare Healthy is on a mission to bring together health-minded individuals, who are seeking new ways get fit and be well in a social environment.
Discover more about Fare Healthy at: www.farehealthy.com