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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 register and engage voters at hundreds of events nationwide.  

Cruel World: Day 2
May 15
Rose Bowl // Pasadena, CA
mxmtoon
May 15
Showbox // Seattle, WA
Still Woozy
May 15
The Factory in Deep Ellum // Dallas, TX
VOTE WITH PRIDE: DRAG CON DAY 3
May 15
Los Angeles Convention Center // Los Angeles, CA
Wallows
May 15
Stubbs BBQ // Austin, TX
Faye Webster
May 16
Space Ballroom // Hamden, CT

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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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The Jamily

Founded by Beverly Porway and Craig Rutman – Just two lifelong Dead Heads who decided that it was time to do something to give back to the band who has provided the soundtrack to our lives. So we decided to fundraise for causes that are near and dear to the band (HeadCount, ReVerb, Why Hunger)….

Participation Row sets a record at Okeechobee Music Festival

HeadCount has hosted Participation Row onsite at Okeechobee Music Festival each year since the festival inception. Participation Row has been an instrumental part of connecting music fans from all over the world to the local Okeechobee County community year after year. HeadCount has registered thousands of voters during this time and has encouraged civic participation…

HeadCount is old enough to vote!

HeadCount was born on February 13, 2004. That means we just turned 18 — we’re old enough to vote! It’s hard to find the words to describe the last 18 years, or articulate the gratitude we feel, but let’s give it a try. HeadCount officially launched when our co-founder Marc Brownstein of the Disco Biscuits…

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