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Not-To-Be-Missed The Plant Powered Show

Aimed at those looking to live and enjoy a healthier, more conscious and sustainable lifestyle with a smaller environmental footprint, The Plant Powered Show features celebrity chefs, mixologists, health and wellness gurus, a marketplace filled with plant-based food, drink and lifestyle products and a raft of exciting and not-to-be-missed show experiences. 

It will incorporate a not-to-be-missed three-day live in-person event as well as an exciting virtual component, which will allow visitors from other provinces and around the globe to attend online. The live show has been curated to ensure a great experience for attendees within the parameters of the relevant government Covid-19 guidelines.


Exciting and not-to-be-missed show experiences

Innovative & high-quality plant-based products | Unbeatable shopping, show offers & sampling | Inspiration from top chefs | Compelling health & wellness talks | Interactive masterclasses & Premium visitor experiences 

The Plant Kitchen Chef’s Theatre will feature professional chefs, celebrity cooks and rising stars in action as they demo the best and easiest ways to create exciting vegan and plant-based dishes. Our chefs will be using some of the most popular plant-based products to encourage home cooks to experiment and find out just how versatile, delicious, nutritious and easy-to-make plant-based meals can be.

The Plant Power Talks presented by ProVeg SA in Association with Wellness Warehouse will feature diverse and compelling talks and panel discussions by top health and wellness experts.

Interactive Masterclasses – attendees will learn how to make delicious treats, bakes and shakes, conscious cocktails and fermented foods, from the masters, in a 40-minute hands-on Masterclass. Ticket holders taking part will walk away from the show with top tips and tricks to impress their friends and family.



Adult General Admission: R250

Concession Ticket – students/seniors (valid ID required on entry): R200

Kids & Youth (6-17 years): Free

Ticket includes:

A general admission ticket gets you a day pass, access to a marketplace filled with vegan and plant-based brands, the opportunity to taste and purchase delicious plant-based food, wine and conscious cocktails and free access to the chef demos in The Plant Kitchen Chef’s Theatre and expert talks in the Plant Power Talks. Seating is available on a first come, first served basis.  



General Admission: R120

*The event link will be sent to you in the week of the event.

Ticket includes:

  • Access to The Plant Kitchen Chef’s Theatre, live from the CTICC. 
  • Engagement with celebrity chefs through live webinars and meet and greets.
  • Expo Area – where visitors will view exhibitors’ brand space in the virtual mall expo area.
  • Vegan & Meet – fun speed networking sessions 


Event times


Friday, May 27, 2022, from 14:00 to 20:00

Saturday, May 28, 2022, from 10:00 to 20:00

Sunday, May 29, 2022, from 10:00 to 17:00



Friday, May 27, from 14:00 to 17:00 (Preview)

Saturday, May 28, 2022, from 10:00 to 17:00

Sunday, May 29, 2022, from 10:00 to 17:00

We use an event platform called Hopin. Visit to sign-up / create your account and profile on Hopin and be ready to join the event on the day. We will send you the event link in the week of the show.



Parking Detail:

Use parking Area 5 (P5), alternately parking bays are also available in P1 & P3 or ask your taxi driver to pick you up or drop you off at the designated pick-up and drop-off zone outside the main entrance of CTICC 2.



The Plant Powered Show, in partnership with the CTICC, will follow all applicable governmental recommended Covid-19 precautions to ensure our visitors’ safety.



Chefs, food personalities and experts taking part in The Plant Powered Show include Zola Nene, Simon Toohey (online only) as well as Mokgadi Itsweng, Giggling Gourmet Jenny Morris, Claire Sharryn Roberto (nutrition and functional foods expert), MasterChef finalists Andriëtte de la Harpe and Tarryn de Kock, Jane Nshuti (African food educator), culinary consultant and chef Tamsin Snyman, Mira Weiner (plant-based advocate), Arabella Parkinson (plant-based chef), Phil Mansergh (The Kelp Shack), Loubie Rusch (indigenous foods expert), Owen O’Reilly (mixologist), Michele Mistry (Ayurvedic Nutritionist), Peter Daniel (health and wellness expert), award-winning food writer Amy Hoppy, Toni Brockhoven (Chairperson, Beauty Without Cruelty), Rudi Liebenberg (Executive Chef Belmond Mount Nelson), Leozette Roode (vegan cookbook author) and award-winning bartender and drinks consultant Kurt Schlechter (Co-owner and Director of Cause Effect Cocktail Kitchen and Cape Brandy Bar).


Social media links

  •     Website:
  •     Facebook: @PlantPowerZA
  •     Twitter: @PlantPowerZA
  •     Instagram: @PlantPowerZA
  •     Hashtag: #plantpowerza

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