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VOTE READY, A Concert for Voter Registration

Posted by Loren on August 1, 2020

VOTE READY, A Concert for Voter Registration
VOTE READY, A Concert for Voter Registration

On August 14 at 7pm EST, HeadCount and Fort William Artist Management will host an online concert called VOTE READY, A Concert for Voter Registration. Much as the name suggests, the motivation of the event is to inspire voter registration in the USA. The concert itself will be a livestream event featuring self-recorded performances by The War On Drugs, Robin Pecknold, Daniel Rossen (of Grizzly Bear), Christopher Bear (of Grizzly Bear/Fools), Kyp Malone (of TV On The Radio), Jaleel Bunton (of TV On The Radio), Kevin Morby, Waxahatchee, Tarriona Tank Ball, Hand Habits, Ciggy, Kam Franklin (of The Suffers), The Building and Allison Russell & Leyla McCalla (of Our Native Daughters).

As the press release explains:

Leading up to the event, fans who check their voter registration status via will receive a free eTicket to the stream. Anyone not currently registered will then easily be able to register to vote through an online form. International and underage viewers will be able to receive the same access by pledging to vote in the next election in which they are eligible.

VOTE READY, A Concert for Voter Registration
VOTE READY, A Concert for Voter Registration

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