While the election might be reducing some little girls to tears, we're nowhere near sick of all the attack ads and gladhanding leading up to the big day next week. Kidding. That's sarcasm, in case you missed it. We're as sick of all that crap as you are, Ms. Abigael Evans of Fort Collins. But every thorn has its rose. And with the election comes all sorts of rad, free one-off music events -- and that, of course, is something we can completely co-sign. That in mind, there's another one of those tomorrow that you should know about, featuring the Head and the Heart. Keep reading for more details.
See also: - Video: Obama v. Romney campaign makes Fort Collins tot cry - Review: Ryan Adams at Boulder Theater, 10/29/12 - Raekwon Rocks the Vote at Auraria - The music fan's guide to voting - Photos: The Romney/Ryan Victory Rally with Kid Rock and Rodney Atkins - Andy Guerrero on hugging the First Lady - Why the Obama campaign might want to rethink using "City of Blinding Lights"
On the heels of the intimate acoustic set from Ryan Adams a few days ago comes word that the Head and the Heart will perform at President Obama's grassroots event tomorrow at the Coors Event Center. Tickets for the gig are free and distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. Keep reading to find out where you can get your hands on a ticket (that's right -- ticket, only one per person).
Ticket Distribution Information for Members of the Public: Tickets are available for the President's grassroots event in Boulder, CO. The event is free and open to the public, but tickets are required for entrance. One ticket per person will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. To pick up your ticket, visit one of the following locations today, Wednesday, October 31:
University of Colorado Campus (Distributing tickets from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.)
UMC Fountain Area Between 18th and Euclid on Broadway
OFA-CO Boulder Pearl Street Staging Location 935 Pearl Street
OFA-CO Boulder Baseline Office 2995 Baseline, Suite 112
OFA-CO Louisville Field Office 1110 South Boulder Road
OFA-CO Longmont Field Office 1811 Hover St.
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