Moby to Play His Only Live Show at New Vegan Festival

Musician and activist Moby to partner with animal-rights group Mercy For Animals and No Doubt bassist Tony Kanal for one-time show.

Musician and longtime vegan activist Moby has announced the launch of a new vegan festival called Circle V taking place at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles on October 23. Moby is parnering with animal-rights organization Mercy For Animals and No Doubt bassist Tony Kanal to organize the festival, which will feature vegan food trucks and performances by Blaqk Audio, COLD CAVE, and Moby himself—the only time he will perform this year. Similar to the profit structure behind Moby’s vegan restaurant Little Pine, all proceeds from the event will be donated to Mercy For Animals to support their work in ending animal exploitation. Tickets to the festival will be available for pre-sale Thursday at 10am.

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