Global Citizen Festival 2013

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Sep 28 - Sep 28 2013

New York, New York (Central Park)

Global Citizen Festival is a one-day charity concert taking place at New York’s Central Park on September 28th. The artists are playing without compensation to support eradicating global poverty.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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