UPDATE: Springsteen Coming to Pittsburgh for Obama
Bruce Springsteen is coming to Pennsylvania to laud for President Obama.
According to the Obama Campaign, ‘The Boss’ will be coming to Pittsburgh for a campaign event on Saturday, Oct 27. The event is free and is open to the public.
Springsteen, an adamant Obama supporter and top surrogate, has been campaigning across the country for a second term for the Commander in Chief. He was in Virginia for Obama on Tuesday.
Additional details will be posted when available.
Springsteen will be performing at the Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall in Pittsburgh at 2:00 pm. Tickets will be given Friday starting at Noon, and are on a first come, first serve basis at various Obama for America offices (listed below).
In a response to Springsteen’s visit, PA GOP Spokesperson Valerie Caras says those who attend will enjoy Springsteen, but still end up voting for Mitt Romney.
“Pennsylvanians will attend Bruce Springsteen’s concert, listen to his great music and then head to the polls and vote for Mitt Romney,” said Caras. “Mitt Romney is going to do very well in Pittsburgh and all of southwestern Pennsylvania.”
Here’s the info on where to get tickets.
OFA-Pittsburgh, Strip District Office
1400 Smallman St
OFA- Pittsburgh, Oakland Office
115 Atwood St
OFA-Pittsburgh, East Liberty Office
200 N. Highland Ave