MASSIVE ELECTION NIGHT WEBCAST W/ RUN THE JEWELS, BILLIE EILISH, STEPH CURRY & MORE
FEATURES TOP ARTISTS FROM AND TRENDING IN GEORGIA PRESENTED BY MUSIC MIDTOWN & WELL DUNN
#iVoted Festival, which built the largest digital concert in history in 2020, is back for the 2022 midterms. The nonpartisan election night webcast features the top trending artists in and from key states whose electoral margins are often decided by the size of a concert venue. Fans RSVP to access the election night webcast with a selfie from outside their nearest polling place or at home with a blank and unmarked ballot.
As Georgia is a key battleground state, #iVoted Festival will feature a virtual Music Midtown & Well-Dunn Stage presented by Atlanta’s iconic Music Midtown and Atlanta based non-profit Well Dunn. The stage will feature appearances by The Revivalists, Brittney Spencer and showcases the top trending artists in and from Georgia. #iVoted Festival 2022 artists performing on the Music Midtown & Well Dunn stage include Lawrence Flowers & Intercession, A$H, Glimmers, The Carolyn, Brother Hawk, Noel Scales, Rebecca Loebe, The Relics and more. Additional stages include performances and appearances including A Conversation w/ W. Kamau Bell & Tom Morello, Billie Eilish, FINNEAS, Run the Jewels (Holy Calamavote TV concert rebroadcast), Steph Curry, Eugene Mirman, Lake Street Dive, CNCO, Rise Against, Umphrey’s McGee, Los Lobos, The Revivalists, Shakey Graves, Taylor Bennett, Carl Craig, Em Beihold, The Black Angels, Messer, The Range, Bully, VINCINT, Umphrey’s McGee, DeVotchKa, 3OH!3, Black Stone Cherry, El Trono de Mexico, Piper Perabo, La Bouche, Fabiø Guerra, Richard Marx, Jamby El Favo, The Happy Fits, Jaret Reddick of Bowling for Soup, Twiztid, The Suffers and more with the full lineup available HERE: https://ivotedfestival.org/
#iVoted Festival also launched the #iVotedEarly Sweepstakes last month where U.S. residents can submit a selfie from outside their nearest polling place or at home with a blank and unmarked ballot to win tickets to 600 concerts nationwide including Georgia shows from “Weird Al” Yankovic, Rina Sawayama, Better Than Ezra, Tigers Jaw, Maz Jobrani, Dhruv and more. All #iVotedEarly Sweepstakes entries are RSVP’d for #iVoted Festival’s election night webcast. Underage fans enter by letting event organizers know what election they will be 18 for and why they’re excited to vote. Non-U.S. residents can also RSVP to #iVoted Festival 2022 by letting the 501(c)3 non-profit know which artist they’re most excited to check out.
#iVoted Festival’s Founder & CEO Emily White had this to say about launching #iVoted, “I thought of #iVoted Festival after realizing various electoral margins were decided by the size of a concert venue and know that young people are historically a low turnout group. I thought, ‘Why don’t we produce a compelling concert to tie in voting and increase turnout?’” White’s women-led team has done just that, using data-driven methods that MIT analyzed showing #iVoted Festival increases turnout by over 7%. For context, traditional “get out the vote” drives generally increase turnout by 0.5-1%.
White has also been interviewing #iVoted Festival 2022 artists in “state” themed episodes to take listeners through the election year to from registration to turnout to issues we’ll all be voting on. The “Georgia” episode recently dropped featuring an interview with the Chief Legal Officer for the New Georgia Project Aklima Khondoker where she talks about the New Georgia Project, their achievements, and more. This is paired with new interviews with artists performing on the Music Midtown Well-Dunn Georgia Stage on election night. The #iVoted Festival Podcast is available wherever you get podcasts.
Enter the #iVoted Early Sweepstakes to RSVP for #iVoted Festival HERE.
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Elliott is a music photographer covering shows in the Atlanta, Georgia and the surrounding area. The highlight of his photography career was back in the early 90s, selling Neil Diamond the rights to his negatives from a show and purchasing a set of tires for his 1979 280ZX during college with the money.