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Monday, June 6, 2016

Want to See Dave Matthews, Fantastic Negrito, Yarn, And Fishbone at Today's Bernie Sanders Rally From The Comfort of Your Own Home? Here's The Live Stream

Posted By on Mon, Jun 6, 2016 at 12:10 PM

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If you don't want to brave the hoards  swarming to Crissy Field for Bernie Sander's free rally this afternoon (which officials estimate will draw as many as 10- to 20- thousand attendees), you're in luck because you can watch the entire event through a YouTube live stream. 
In addition to the obvious speeches from Sanders, who will be facing off against Hillary Clinton in tomorrow's general election, expect appearances from special guests Dr. Cornel West, Shailene Woodley, and Danny Glover. 

Not only that, but Sanders has gathered a rather random assortment of artists to perform at the afternoon event, which starts at 3:30 p.m. Alt-rock impresario Dave Matthews and Oakland "black roots" singer Fantastic Negrito (whose debut album, The Last Days of Oakland, came out last week) will be playing at the rally, along with alt-country, Americana quintet Yarn and Angeleno alternative-rock old-timers Fishbone. 

So if you hate crowds, but love live music and/or Sanders, the live stream is here to save you. 
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