HEADCOUNT TEAMS WITH ARTISTS AND FESTS TO OFFER ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME
WILL HELP SUPPORT ORGANIZATION
The non-partisan organization HeadCount
has teamed up with a variety of artists such as Grace Potter, Widespread Panic, Gov't
Mule, Wilco and the Dave Matthews Band as well as a number of festivals including
Gathering Of The Vibes, Mountain Jam, Electric Forest, Bonnaroo and Camp Bisco to offer
many cool experiences and items with the aim of raising money to fund their initiatives.
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These special experience packages and items are available for bid through the CharityBuzz
auction site. A number of the auctions listed end on Tuesday, June 4, at 2 p.m. ET.
Here are some of the ways you can support the work that HeadCount does:
Meet Grace Potter in person at Gathering of the Vibes 2013 and see her set from the pit
(in front of the stage)! Tickets include a special dinner in artist catering.(Note:
Weekend tickets that include the
chance to meet Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi are sold out).
Enjoy two tickets to Mountain Jam in Hunter, NY, AND take home a limited edition poster
signed by all the members of Widespread Panic and Gov’t Mule!
Electric Forest Festival is offering up two “Good Life” camping tickets (VIP). PLUS, The
String Cheese Incident’s Michael Kang will take a golf cart ride with the winner.
Dave Matthews Band has graciously given HeadCount tickets and lounge passes for a handful
of shows on this summer’s tour. These tickets are prime seats and the exclusive lounge
passes come with complimentary food and drink.
Get two general admission tickets to Bonnaroo AND see Wilco perform from the side of the
Main Stage. The package also comes with an autographed 7’ vinyl of Wilco’s single I Might,
signed by the entire band.
You can support HeadCount just by showing up to Camp Bisco. For the sixth-straight year,
the promoters are donating 50 cents from the sale of every ticket. You can get your tix
here. More info will be announced about HeadCount’s activity at Camp Bisco in the coming
HeadCount still has the best way for you to see a show at The Capitol Theatre in Port
Chester, NY and it’s all for a good cause!
This year, HeadCount will visit more than a dozen festivals to pick up where they left off
in 2012 when they registered over 100,000 voters.