Bonnaroo Guidebook Event in Boston 5/3

Top Quote Author Tara L. Groth will host a book talk at the Clear Conscience Cafe in the heart of Cambridge's Central Square on Tuesday, May 3rd at 8PM for How Do You Roo? A Survivor's Pocket Guide to Bonnaroo. End Quote
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    Attendees are encouraged to come out and meet others going to The Roo, share their own festival experiences, and learn about other music festivals. Those who purchase or bring their copy of How Do You Roo will receive a free cup of organic, shade-grown coffee. Groth will discuss her book, advice about attending the annual four-day camping music event and festival trends.

    Clear Conscience Cafe is more than a coffee shop. All of their menu items are sustainably-sourced, locally produced or fairly traded. "I'm really happy Clear Conscience Cafe offered their space. Lots of bands will stop and grab a bite to eat before performing across the street at the Middle East," said Groth. "Plus they have vegetarian and gluten-free fare, which fits well with a section of the book that explores those food options at Bonnaroo."

    Clear Conscience Cafe is located at 581 Mass Ave in Cambridge at the Central Square T stop. The book talk begins at 8PM on Tuesday, May 3rd. Seating is limited and RSVPs can be made at howdoyouroo dot com by clicking on "Tour."

    For Bonnaroo First-Timers and Festival Veterans

    How Do You Roo is the first guidebook to the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. The book, which currently holds the #3 spot on the Top 100 Travel Books on Lulu, is available at select retailers in the Southeast and online. The pocket-sized guidebook offers money-saving tips, camping recommendations and festival veterans' advice for those attending the annual four-day camping and music festival in Tennessee.

    How Do You Roo? A Survivor's Pocket Guide to Bonnaroo (97 pp/paperback/ISBN- 978-0-557-90560-7) is the only unofficial guide to Bonnaroo. The material in How Do You Roo originated with the author and was not reviewed, edited or approved by the organizers and producers of the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival.

    About the Author
    Tara Lynne Groth is a full-time freelance journalist and creative writer based in Cary, North Carolina with approximately 10 years of marketing experience. Her articles have appeared in places such as GO (AirTran Airways' in-flight magazine), The Providence Journal and Blue Ridge Outdoors. In addition to journalism, she virtually collaborates with businesses around the world in their PR and marketing efforts through the composition of press releases and marketing collateral. She holds a B.A. in cultural studies from SUNY Stony Brook.

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