Tickets are still available for Tim Kaine and Dave Matthews’ concert in Denver today

It's me, Dave Matthews, doing politics. (Moses Namkung/Flickr)

Tim Kaine, whom you may remember as “the Democratic vice-presidential candidate,” will join Dave Matthews, whom you may remember from such musical acts as the “Dave Matthews Band,” at a concert in Denver today.

It's me, Dave Matthews, doing politics. (Moses Namkung/Flickr)
It’s me, Dave Matthews, doing politics. (Moses Namkung/Flickr)

The event starts at 1:30 p.m. at the National Western Center’s stadium arena in Denver today, Oct. 10. Doors open at 10:30 a.m. and admission is free.

The Clinton campaign wants you to RSVP online, which I was able to do as of 8 a.m. However, an RSVP doesn’t guarantee admission.

There’s also no guarantee that Kaine will play his harmonica, but I’d put good money on it. Also, you’re required to submit your email and cell phone for the RSVP.

Andrew Kenney

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