Ariana Grande’s Sweetener World Tour kicked off on Monday, 18 March. All 50 shows on the US leg of the tour will feature voter registration booths.
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Grande is partnering with voter registration nonprofit HeadCount. This organization works to make voter registration possible at public events. In their partnership, Grande worked with HeadCount to create a program giving easy voter registration access to fans, as well as allowing fans to volunteer at her shows. The program, called #ThankUNextGen, will ‘help Ariana’s fans make their voices heard,’ according to HeadCount.
Fans who register to vote at Grande’s shows will receive a ‘thank u, next gen’ sticker. Fans who can’t attend can still register to vote off-site by texting ‘Ariana’ to 40649.
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so excited to partner w @headcountorg to bring voter registration & participation to all of the US stops on the @sweetener tour. visit the headcount booth at the show to use your voice and get your ‘thank u, next gen’ sticker 🖤🌫 If you can’t be there to register on-site, text ‘Ariana’ to 40649 🌫 each and every one of you makes a difference. #thankunextgen 🌒
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The Sweetener tour kicked off at the Times Union Center in Albany, New York. Excited fans shared photos of the voter registration booth. The booth was stocked with informational packets and included a sign reading, ‘thank u, vote.’ Below is a photo from the 22 March show in Buffalo, New York.
hey buffalo 🖤 we can’t wait to meet you. come find the #thankunextgen booth at the top of the left stairs by the main entrance. aisle 6 section 105.
you can say I love you thru the phone tonight 🌚 text ARIANA to 40649 pic.twitter.com/2oGYRrcCcQ
— HeadCount (@HeadCountOrg) March 22, 2019