Wednesday, October 01, 2008

October 4th in Philly ~ October 5th in Ohio ~ October 6th in Michigan: Springsteen Live for Obama



“Obama speaks to the America I’ve envisioned in my music…a country that’s interested in its collective destiny and in the potential of its gathered spirit.”
- Bruce Springsteen

CHANGE ROCKS
A Very Special Acoustic Appearance By
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN

Saturday October 4th, 2008
Benjamin Franklin Parkway between 20th and 22nd Streets
Philadelphia, PA

Gates open: 2:00 p.m.
Program starts: 3:30 p.m.

CHANGE ROCKS

Also: Bruce is scheduled to play for free in Ohio on Sunday, October 5th.
Springsteen will appear in the Main Oval at Ohio State University. Tickets for the 4:30 p.m. performance are free and can be picked up starting tomorrow at Obama campaign offices in central Ohio. The list of those offices will be available later today on the campaign's Ohio website:
Ohio for Obama

And More:
Springsteen will play a free acoustic set at Oestrike Stadium at Eastern Michigan University on Monday, October 6th.
Gates are expected to open at 3 p.m. and the program is expected to begin at 4:30 p.m.
On the final day to register to vote in Michigan, Bruce Springsteen will hold a rally in Ypsilanti in support of Barack Obama. Springsteen will perform an acoustic set and urge those in attendance to get involved in this historic election.

“Senator Obama is a huge fan of Bruce Springsteen and is honored to have his support. This will be a great opportunity to gather thousands of our supporters together in one place as we cap off our voter registration drive and bring new voters and volunteers into this campaign for change,” said Brent Colburn, Michigan spokesman for the Obama-Biden campaign.

Gates open at 3:00 pm and the program will begin at 4:30 pm.
Check back for details at:
Michigan for Obama

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