Chance the Rapper, Demi Lovato to play digital concert to encourage voting
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Chance the Rapper, Demi Lovato and several other artists announced Tuesday that they would join a digital concert hosted by Pepsi and Rock the Vote in support of voter participation this Thursday and Friday.

The concert, which will be free to all attendees, will be available through YouTube and the Triller app, is being described as a "unique digital experience that explores the power of the individual vote, encouraging fans to learn more about voting and voter registration throughout the program."

Other artists performing during the concert include Chloe x Halle, SAINt JHN, Brett Young and Ava Max, according to a press release.


"I'm joining @triller& @pepsifor their #PepsiUnmuteYourVoice concert," Lovato tweeted Tuesday evening. "This election is SO important me to so get registered to vote with @RockTheVote and join me on 10/9 at 8pm EST on #Triller!!"

"You won't want to miss this show! Tune in to the #PepsiUnmuteYourVoice concert on @triller10/8-10/9 in partnership with @RockTheVote," added Pepsi in its own statement, released on Twitter. "Make sure to unmute your voice and register to vote."

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