We are pleased to announce that Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds will be performing in Richmond, VA on Sunday, October 26, 2008 at the ALLTEL Pavilion at the VCU Stuart C. Siegel Center to urge Virginians to vote for the change our country needs—affordable, accessible health care for every American, tax relief for middle class families struggling in this economy and a responsible end to the Iraq war.
The “Last Chance for Change” performance will be free and open to all Virginia residents and students, however tickets ARE required. Two (2) free tickets are available per person on a first-come, first served basis.
You may get your tickets from the 2 following locations:
Richmond Campaign for Change Office
1710 E Franklin St.
Richmond, VA 23220
Charlottesville Campaign for Change Office
104 Wertland St.
Key items that you should know if interested and planning on going:
Tickets are available starting at 10:00 a.m. ET on Saturday, October 18.
Campaign for Change offices are open from 9:00am to 9:00pm ET daily.
For security reasons, please do not bring bags and please limit personal items.
No signs or banners are permitted.
Again, here’s the day-of-concert information that you should now: ALLTEL Pavilion at the Stuart C. Siegel Center
Virginia Commonwealth University
Sunday, October 26, 2008
Media access: 5:30 p.m.
Doors open: 6:00 p.m.
Show starts: 7:00 p.m.
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Sarah Silverman wants Jews to get their butts down to Florida for The Great Schlep.
She’s hilarious. The video is pretty much pro-Obama, but worth the watch whether you are for him or McCain. The campaign was paid for by the Jewish Council for Education and Research, www.jcer.info. Awesome right? =)
The whole bit was dang funny, but here are some that stood out for me:
“Sarah … (awkward pause) … Silverman”
“All their friends are dying” (oh snap lol)
“He’s circum-super-sized” (haha)
You’ll know what I mean after watching it.
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