Perhaps you've heard, there's an election this week. In in support of voter turnout, more than 600 musical acts will perform in #iVoted, billed as the largest single-night digital concert in history.
Thirty-two of the performers are from or trending in Wisconsin, including: A Conversation with Living Colour and W. Kamau Bell, Joywave, The National Parks, Beatallica, Boom Forest, Brett Newski, Cool Matt of PHOX, Cullah, Dead Horses, Direct Hit, Disq, Ellee Grim, Field Report, Growing, Honey Creek, Horseshoes & Hand Grenades, Jak Lizard, Jared James Nichols, Jeffrey Foucault, June Gloom, Klassik, Korbee, Lords of the Trident, Melt, MELVV, Munch Lauren, Red Hot Chilli Pipers (Archival Footage), Sweet Crude, Taalbi Brothers, The Rad Trads, Trapper Schoepp and Well-Known Strangers.
The exclusive concert is available through the streaming platform Mandolin which will comprise of 17 stages. It runs from 11 p.m.on Nov. 2 to 1 a.m. on Nov. 3 in Wisconsin.
The cost of admission? JUST VOTE!
Fans must RSVP to access the show(s) of their choice by submitting a selfie from home with their blank and unmarked mail-in ballot. Or with a photo from outside of their polling place. Fans who aren’t U.S. citizens or are outside of the U.S. will be able to RSVP as well. The RSVP system is now live at ivotedconcerts.com. Check in out to register or to find out more information.
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