ROCK IT: October 27th from 4-7:30 p.m., Princeton will be the host of the Princeton Rocks the Vote Concert and you are cordially invited. This non-partisan event wants to engage the public in the political process and increase voter participation and local activism. This concert also celebrates the role of volunteers in this upcoming critical presidential election.
ROCK local, VOTE local, BE V-O-C-A-L– is the concert’s message that reminds the community that on November 6th, your voice will be heard in both the local and national elections when you vote.
The concert will broadcast local talent such as Jed Steadson & The Kumas, Chris Harford and his Band of Changes, JW Middle School Student Ben James and Impact Winter.
This exciting event will take place in the Hinds Plaza, which is located at 55 Witherspoon Street, next to the Princeton Public Library. In case of rain, the event will be relocated inside the Princeton Public Library.
This event is being cosponsored by the League of Women Voters, Liz Lempert for Mayor, Woodbridge 4 Mayor, Princeton Community Democratic Organization (PCDO), and the Record Exchange. The community’s merchants and organizations are also invited to cosponsor or to have a table at the event. For more information contact Ken Soufl at email@example.com.