|When:||View in Calendar » May 15, 2012 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm|
|Where:||The Egg, Empire State Plaza, Interstate 787,Albany,NY 12210, USA|
|Tags:||anti-fracking Dan Zane Fracking gas drilling Ida Joan Osborne Mark Ruffalo Martin and Wood Medeski Melissa Leo Natalie Merchant New Yorkers Against Fracking rally the Felice Brothers|
New Yorkers Against Fracking is very excited to announce a powerful and critically important rally and multi-media concert event to support a ban on fracking in New York State. On Tuesday May 15th, join Natalie Merchant, Medeski, Martin and Wood, Joan Osborne, the Felice Brothers, Ida, Dan Zane, actress Melissa Leo and actor Mark Ruffalo in calling on our elected leaders to ban fracking in New York. These all-stars are coming together for a special rally, concert, and multi-media performance at this very critical time. New York needs to address this dangerous practice and enact a ban to protect the citizens of this great state. Please join us and Academy Award winning filmmaker Alex Gibney, who will be filming the event, for an experience that promises to be transformative.
When: Tuesday, May 15th at 7pm
Where: The Egg, Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY 12223
Where: The West Capitol Lawn, Albany NY
When: Tuesday, May 15th at 4:30 pm
Information about transportation coming soon. Stay tuned for public press release and announcement early next week.
Pre-sale tickets for the concert are available until Saturday, April 21st at the Egg box office. You can pre-order the tickets by calling (518)-473-1845 between now and friday between 11am-3pm. Pre-sale tickets are not available online. You will be asked by a ticketing agent to provide a password The Password is: No Fracking. Tickets are $40 plus ticketing fees. Tickets for college students and seniors (over 65) are $20 plus ticketing fees. Simply tell the ticketing agent that you are a student or a senior citizen. College students must provide school I.D. on the night of the concert. There are a limited number of “Pit” tickets for $150.
Presented by New Yorkers Against Fracking in Partnership with the Finger Lakes CleanWaters Initiative.