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#iVoted Festival & Live Nation raffling tickets to shows by The Who, ZZ Top & more

todaySeptember 22, 2022

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The #iVoted Festival and Live Nation have teamed up to raffle off tickets to shows by artists including The Who, ZZ Top and Santana in an effort to encourage early voting for this year’s upcoming U.S. midterm elections.

To enter, eligible U.S. voters need to send in a selfie from outside of their polling place, or from home with their unmarked absentee ballot. If you’re not of voting age but still over 14, you can enter by sharing your first voting-eligible election year along with why you’re “excited to vote.”

The sweepstakes is also offering tickets to see artists including Judas Priest, The Grateful Dead‘s Bob Weir, Blue Oyster Cult, 38 Special, The Smashing Pumpkins and The Marshall Tucker Band.

You can enter between September 26 at noon ET and November 7 at 6 p.m. ET. Election Day is Tuesday, November 8. The virtual #iVoted Festival, featuring artists including Black Stone Cherry, Halestorm, Jeffrey Gaines, Los Lobos, Rise Against, Umphrey’s McGee and Yacht Rock Revue, will air on Election Day.

For more info, visit iVotedFestival.org.

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