How to Get Free Tickets for Bruce Springsteen, President Obama

The legendary rocker will join President Barack Obama for a campaign stop in Madison on Monday. Here's everything you need to know to get tickets.

After making a campaign appearance in Milwaukee on Saturday with pop singer Katy Perry, President Barack Obama will return to Wisconsin on Monday to campaign with rocker Bruce Springsteen.

The rally with "The Boss" will take place in downtown Madison, and the general admission entrance will be at the corner of West Mifflin Street and State Street, Obama's campaign announced Friday night.

Springstreen will perform at what is being described as a "grassroots event," a campaign spokeswoman said.

The event is free and open to the public, with gates opening at 7 a.m., but those who want to attend must RSVP at the campaign website. In order to be admitted, you must show proof of your RSVP — either a printed copy or on your smart phone.

For more information, visit the campaign web site or one of the Obama campaign offices in Wisconsin.

Bob McBride November 05, 2012 at 03:52 PM
Think "Born in the USA" is on the set list, just on the off chance that it might change the mind of any straggling doubters?
FreeThought Troy November 05, 2012 at 07:34 PM
Stop hating on the boss. You just mad he is Progressive. I am sure if I said the same thing about Hank Williams Jr. I would get lit up on the Patch.


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