Neil Young, Foo Fighters, Black Keys To Play A Big Charity Show In Central Park
The Global Festival 2012, a concert on Central Park's Great Lawn sponsored by an outfit called the Global Poverty Project, will take place on September 29; Neil Young and Crazy Horse, Foo Fighters, and the Black Keys will headline, with Band of Horses and K'Naan serving as support acts. As is customary with shows on the Great Lawn, he show is free as far as monetary cost, but you'll have to give up some of your time if you want to get into enter the lottery for tickets, you'll need to point your web browser to GlobalFestival.com, which is chock-full of " a wide cross-section of content and actions about international health and development issues, ranging from videos to in-depth white papers," and peruse some of the content within to accrue points. Three points enters you into the lottery for tickets. But if you don't want to click around with the hoi polloi, there are, of course, VIP options available. Private bathroom access: Worth your $189.50? It's your call!
Foo Fighters, "Everlong"
On a related note, last night I was at a bar and "Everlong" came on and is there a better arena-emo song in existence at all? It's 15 years old this year. Soon it'll be able to drive!
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