#iVoted Festival Heads To Wisconsin Ahead Of State Supreme Court Election

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REDMOND, WASHINGTON – SEPTEMBER 17: Kathleen Hanna and Tobi Vail of Bikini Kill perform onstage at Marymoor Park on September 17, 2022 in Redmond, Washington. (Photo by Mat Hayward/Getty Images)

While the midterm elections may be completed, #iVoted Festival still has a lot of ground to cover. The festival returns to Wisconsin for the state supreme court election taking place on April 4, with Madison’s FPC Live and Live Nation teaming up with the non-profit for 30 concerts in Milwaukee.

As with previous #iVoted festivals, fans can win free tickets by submitting a selfie from outside their nearest polling place or at home with a blank, unmarked ballot.

“I’m deeply moved to see the teams at FPC Live and Live Nation join our Milwaukee concert promoters in the #iVoted Wisconsin Sweepstakes, resulting in 70 concerts that the public can win tickets to — all to celebrate and amplify the importance of voting.”

Lil Wayne, Andrew Bird, The String Cheese Incident, Paul Reiser, Fruit Bats, Delta Rae, Shinedown, Lucius, Bouncing Souls, Bikini Kill, Ministry, Joywave, Jukebox The Coast, Tennis and The Summer Set will all take the stage at various Milwaukee venues to celebrate those who voted.

“We believe the best music fans are the ones that vote,” FPC Live Market Director, Lauren Toler, said in a statement. “FPC Live is thrilled to be a part of #iVoted’s Wisconsin Sweepstakes to support voter turnout in our local elections.”

The sweepstakes is now open and closes at 11:59 p.m. CT on April 4. Those who enter must be United States residents over the age of 14.