Bristol, UK (PRWEB) April 1, 2007
The World's most famous vegetarian, Ex-Beatle Paul McCartney (64) (sponsored by Red bull - gives you wings) is to sing "We all live in a yellow aubergine" and headline a host of vegan stars at the International ethical living festival at the 5th Bristol Vegan Fayre in the heart of Bristol on the 9th & 10th June.
Other well known veggie stars (sponsored by Supergreen Vegetarian Cosmetics company Lush Cosmetics ) include Coldplay's Chris Martin singing sonny and cher number " I got you babe" with his wife Gwyneth Paltrow, M People Heather Small singing the UK Olympic bid anthem, Moby performing with David Bowie performing a vegan version of 'Old McDonalds had a Factory Farm', Bryan Adams in a duet with vegan rock chick Avril Lavigne singing 'Everything I do I do it for you', and Annie Lennox and Morrisey performing a disco version of 'Meat is Murder'. Legendary 80's political reggae rockers The Beat will also be playing no doubt singing "Stand Down Tony!" rather than their massive early 80's hit 'Stand Down Margaret '(Thatcher)
Following health problems legendary rock promoter and event manager Harvey Goldsmith has given his services for free to pull all these stars together for the vegan event of the year.
Bristol Vegan fayre organiser Paul D'Uverwun (69) said " When Harvey phoned offering free help to raise the profile of healthy vegan diets we just assumed it was someone impersonating him"
Tim Barford from Hemp food company Yaoh the main sponsor of the event said " I still can't believe all these stars are playing at our Vegan festival - We have doubled in size since last year and the Festival is in a better bigger location and over a whole weekend and have seemingly achieved what many considered to be the impossible. Despite all that I won't believe all these people are playing until I see them on the day."
Sir Paul McCartney's late wife's company Linda McCartney Foods, now owned by Hain Europe , is said to have offered free vegan sausages for all the expected 20,000 visitors, and a host of other top vegetarian companies are clamouring to be involved. But even vegans still need to make healthy choices, and the vegan food on offer will be vetted by leading Harley Street Nutritionist Yvonne Bishop-Weston who said "The theme of this show is about ethics, sustainability and health - unfortunately some leading vegetarian products are still currently made with hydrogenated fat which doesn't fit in with that theme."
A spokesperson from The Vegan Society Mr Joe King (35) said today " A line up of world class celebrity stars like this is sure to bring in the crowds and help us towards our target of doubling the number of Vegans by the World Vegan day 2007 on November the first"
Vegetarian Society representative from Bristol Miss Ida Nboleevit (16) " The vegetarian society has been trying to arrange a concert with a line up like this for over 150 years - we take our hats off to The Vegan Society who have done it in only 63 years"
Harvey Goldsmith is rumoured to have pulled off the star studded line up for this event by sending a hamper of the latest hype foods to catch celebrity favour including hemp oil, hemp seeds, hemp protein powder and a free hemp milk maker to all the stars involved generously donated by Yaoh Hemp foods.