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Anybody want to go to Live Earth?

From: Cathy
Sent on: Friday, May 18, 2007 1:37 PM
*Does anybody want to go to Live Earth? EMAIL Cathy if interested so we can get a group of seats together.*

LIVE EARTH: The Concerts for a Climate in Crisis
Live Earth will use the global reach of music to engage people on a mass scale to combat our climate crisis, bringing together more than 150 of the world's top musicians for 24 hours of music from 9 concerts across all 7 continents.

New York Line up:
The Police, Bon Jovi, Kanye West, Rihanna, Roger Waters, Fall Out Boy, Akon, Kelly Clarkson, The Smashing Pumpkins, Melissa Etheridge, John Mayer, Alicia Keys, Ludacris, KT Tunstall, Sheryl Crow, AFI, and Dave Matthews Band

Saturday, July 7, 2007
Giants Stadium
Doors: 12:30 | Show: 1:00 pm
50 State Route 120
East Rutherford, NJ 07073

All Live Earth venues will be designed andt constructed by a groundbreaking team of sustainability engineers and advisors directed by John Picard. This greening team will address the environmental and energy management concerns of each concert site, as well as the operations of sponsors, partners, and other Live Earth affiliates.

Each venue will not only be designed to maintain a minimum environmental impact, but will showcase the latest state-of-the-art energy efficiency, on-site power generation, and sustainable facilities management practices.

Proceeds from the event, will create the foundation for a new, multi-year global effort to cotmbat the climate crisis led by Vice President Al Gore.

Public Transportation:
The Port Authority Bus Terminal in Manhattan @ 8th Avenue and 41st Street offers bus service to the Meadowlands Sports Complex.

From North (Rts.80 & 95 & George Washington Bridge):
Take NJ Turnpike South, when it divides use the western spur, towards East Rutherford. Take Exit 16W, follow signs to the Meadowlands Sports Complex.

From South (Newark Airport):
Take NJ Turnpike North. When it divides use the western spur towards the George Washington Bridge. Take Exit 16W,follow signs to the Meadowlands Sports Complex.

From Lincoln Tunnel:
Stay on main road (I495) to Route 3 West. Do not take the Turnpike. Keep right on Route 3. Follow signs to the Meadowlands Sports Complex using Exit 4, Route 120. Continue following signs.

From Garden State Parkway:
North: Take Exit 153 to Route 3 East, Exit 4, Route 120.

Concerts - $15

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