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We get people registered to vote and interested in democracy. We're at concerts, festivals, community events — anywhere we can translate the power of music and culture into real action.

Register voters at concerts and community events with HeadCount. Meet cool people, see great music, and change the world one voter at a time.

Upcoming Events & Concerts

These are just a few of our upcoming events and concerts. We stage hundreds of events nationwide.

Oct 24
Uptown Theater // Kansas City, MO
Mark Rezak's Phunk Your Face Phish Forum After Party
Oct 24
The Miracle Theater // Inglewood, CA
Princess Nokia
Oct 24
Irving Plaza // New York, NY
David Byrne's American Utopia
Oct 24
St. James Theatre // New York, NY
Dead & Company
Oct 25
Ak-Chin Pavilion // Phoenix, AZ
Harry Styles
Oct 25
TD Garden // Boston, MA

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In almost every state in America, some elected officials are trying to make it harder for you to vote. Our Save The Vote campaign informs and empowers people to contact their lawmakers and speak out about voting rights.

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Vote With Pride educates and provides tools for the LGBTQ+ community. We help voters and potential voters get registered, check their status, and navigate a range of issues that many transgender and non-binary people face when trying to vote.

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Headcount Blog

Win Epic Prizes with Fandiem

We’re kicking off the return to live music with once-in-a-lifetime fan experiences from some of your favorite artists, both in-person and virtual. Win a guitar lesson with Bobby Weir, sold out Billy Strings Halloween tickets, a piano lesson with Amy Lee of Evanescence, plus chances to hang with Incubus or Jason Mraz! And that’s not all, each sweepstakes winner will also get a…


Voting rights are under attack in the United States. In almost half of the U.S., states have enacted new laws restricting access to the vote, and they’ll continue to roll back voting rights if we don’t stop them. This is a fight that must be won at home – which is why we are asking…

Guest Blog: What Does Juneteenth Mean for Jam Band Fans?

Malcolm Howard is a Black small business owner who has been seeing Phish and similar bands for more than 30 years. Adam Lioz is a White voting rights attorney who saw his first Grateful Dead show in 1991. Malcolm and Adam are founding Board members of Phans for Racial Equity. They look forward to seeing…

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