UPDATE: Acts Revealed For Moby's Massive Vegan Festival

Waka Flocka and Moby himself will be headlining the festival
Moby's vegan festival is coming back for its second year (Photo: Moby Facebook)

The lineup for Moby's vegan festival taking place in Los Angeles this fall has been revealed.

Waka Flocka Flame, Moby himself, and rapper Raury are among the headline acts at the vegan festival - which is called Circle V.

The festival has been branded as 'a music and food event that celebrates animal rights'.



Circle V is coming back for its second year, and it will be hosted at the Regent Theatre in downtown LA, on November 18.

Moby will be performing a unique live set, and will be joined by other acts, including comedian and musician Reggie Watts and co-founder of Circle V, Tony Kanal with his band Dreamcar.

The festival will also feature guest speakers, vegan athletes, plant-based chefs, and animal rights advocates.

Moby's LA restaurant, Little Pine, will be serving food at the event, along with Donut Friend and Ridiculous Baking Co., among others.

More than 20 breweries will be offering their vegan beer samples at Circle V.

You can get your ticket here


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