Circle V returns to celebrate animal rights with Waka Flocka Flame, Moby, DREAMCAR and more

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Celebrating animal rights arrives Circle V music festival. Circle V is the first-ever music festival that’s all about animal rights! Taking place at The Regent in Downtown Los Angeles on Saturday, November 18 the all-ages event returns with Waka Flocka Flame, Moby, DREAMCAR, Reggie Watts, Raury and more! Additionally, Circle V will have DJs, vegan food and beverages (beer gardens as well as non-alcoholic kombuchas), speaker panels, a vegan vendor village and more. While Circle V appeals largely to the vegan community, the event is all about inclusivity, celebrating their message while bringing animal rights issues to the masses and inviting all to be a part of their movement.

Co-founded by longtime vegan activists Moby​ ​and Tony​ ​Kanal​ ​(DREAMCAR​ ​/​ ​No​ ​Doubt)​,”​We
established​ ​Circle​ ​V​ ​to celebrate the undeniably positive impact Veganism has on our planet and every being on it. Cirlce​ ​V​ ​aims to educate about the plight that animals undergo for food, clothing,
experimentation, and entertainment. Through music, we hope we can create change, said​ ​Kanal,​ I’m
excited to help launch our second Circle​ ​V,​ as well as to play on stage with my new band DREAMCAR.”

DREAMCAR at Constellation Room -- Photo: Andrew Gomez

DREAMCAR at Constellation Room — Photo: Andrew Gomez

[perfectpullquote align=”full” cite=”” link=”” color=”#FF78FF” class=”fistclass” size=”15″]”Creating a future wherein animals are allowed to live their lives in peace and according to their own wills is my life’s work, said​ ​Moby​, a future that involves free and independent animals also involves a 45% reduction in climate change gases, 90% reduction in rainforest deforestation, 75% reduction in antibiotic resistance, and at least a 50% reduction in diabetes, obesity, heart disease,and most cancers. So not only are animal rights good for animals, they’re good for humans, too.”[/perfectpullquote]

Tickets to Circle V are priced at $35 – $150. The full day event is dedicated to benefiting nonprofit animal protection organization Mercy For Animals. General admission passes are priced at $55, but you can snag them now at an Early Bird rate of $35. VIP passes are offered at $140 (with beer garden) and $100 (without beer garden).



For more information about Circle V, visit their website.

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