Posted in hiphop | music | tour dates on August 14, 2008

Denver

Rage Against the Machine has joined forces with the Iraq Veterans Against the War and Tent State University to perform as part of the "Tent State Music Festival to End the War" on Wednesday, August 27 at the Denver Coliseum. They will join the Flobots, The Coup, State Radio, and Wayne Kramer. Doors open at 9:30 AM, show begins at 11:00 AM.

Tickets are free and available by lottery. Sign up for the lottery, with a valid photo ID (person must be present) at Tent State University at Cuernavaca Park between 11AM and 6:30 PM (look for the Tent State Music Festival booth near the IVAW Tower) Sunday, August 24 through Tuesday, August 26 during the D.N.C. Winners will be notified by email Tuesday evening, August 26.

Go to www.tentstate.org for more info.

Rage are also playing during the RNC in Minneapolis.

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Comments (5)

AMERICA
FUCK YEAH!

Posted by Anonymous | August 14, 2008 1:30 PM

i wish rage against the machine would go away

Posted by Anonymous | August 14, 2008 1:39 PM

FUCK YOU I WON'T VOTE FOR OBAMA!

Posted by Anonymous | August 14, 2008 5:17 PM

You know this is all your fault right? Rage Against the Machine may be musically superfluous but I haven't the foggiest idea who is saying anything politically relevant in music on any popularity scale.

Posted by Josh Brown | August 15, 2008 5:30 AM

Rage is not superflous rather its right on point my friends. Lets raise the consiousness limbo stick a little for this event to really have ears that lead to change. Its all layers upon layers, we can't call a pile of manure anthing but future soil, so.. I'm just wanting to check out the "sustainable society, free health care, food, and alternative schools demonstration village.

I feel that things like that are what these kind of giant hoopla events are all about.. Remaking society so that we care more somehow through our actions, developing those roots in trust for others' talents and abilities by coming together and working amazingly well with each other toward some common set of communication, education, freedom of expression goals.

Posted by greg | August 20, 2008 1:25 PM

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