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Vegan Bonnaroo Menu

Outdoor music festival Bonnaroo offers vegan revelers vegetarian concessions to nosh on between shows.

Yesterday, the 2010 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival kicked off in Manchester, Tenn., offering a variety of cruelty-free concessions for vegan festival goers. The four-day festival runs from June 10 to 13, and includes vegetarian fare ranging from curly fries to potato knishes, and for an extra fee attendees can get passes for the festival’s VIP Food Menu, which features veg food such as salads, lo mein stir fry, and whole-grain and gluten-free pasta dishes served with organic, local fruits and vegetables. Veg-friendly musician Michael Franti is performing at the Tennessee event, as well as a handful of other veg bands.

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