Big names + a very good cause
What do women's equality, health education, global partnerships, Stevie Wonder, Kings of Leon, Alicia Keys, and John Mayer all have in common? This massive show, sure, but also a vision for a world without extreme poverty by 2030. Pretty bold statement, eh? We're into it. Thanks to the Global Poverty Project, all these big timers will be out in full force preaching the good word of social awareness. And to add to an already killer day out, YPlan's got the best seats in the house lined up for you. Exclusive on-site merchandise perks, a good cause, and even better tunes? Life's never been so good. VIP Tier 3. Please note that all VIP sections utilize a non-reserved/general admission configuration within the blocked off section. No re-entry. These items are not permitted in the park: alcohol, audio recording devices, backpacks, bicycles/scooters, blankets, CamelBaks, chains/chain wallets, cameras larger than point-and-shoot, chairs, coolers, fireworks, flags, frisbees, glass/metal containers, illegal drugs, lazer pens, musical instruments, outside food/drinks, pets/animals, skateboards, smoking, sports balls, tents, tripods, umbrellas, weapons, video recording equipment, and water squirt guns. You can bring: cell phones, digital cameras, disposable cameras, earplugs, fanny packs, film cameras, hats, lighters, a small beach towel, reusable plastic water bottle (empty 32 oz max), strollers, sunblock, sunglasses, and walkie talkies.
"The Kings take the hickory-smoked grandeur of their recent albums back to their roots in a slyly skeevy backwoods garage racket."