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Democrats Plan Rival Concert To Inauguration In Miami

A Rival Concert To Trump’s Inauguration Is Being Planned In Miami And Many Celebrities Want to Participate.

A Democratic concert promoter is putting together an inauguration day show in Miami to directly compete with President-elect Donald Trump‘s special day.

Politico Playbook is reporting that Mark Ross, the son of the late Time Warner CEO Steve Ross, is putting together a ‘We the People’ concert, which will take place on January 20, 2017.

‘The talent is banging on our doors to do this,’ a source told Playbook.

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3b9485ee00000578-4059096-image-a-1_1482424125096Much like Trump’s inaugural, where only a handful of acts have been announced, there are few details about who might show up to this competing show.

Currently, Ross is working on getting funding for the large-scale show, a source told Politico.

However, plenty of pop stars and Hollywood talent were supportive of Democrat Hillary Clinton’s bid for the White House, which is making it difficult for team Trump to book top-tier inaugural acts.

In the waning days of the Clinton campaign, the former secretary of state, or other top members of her team, campaigned alongside performers including  Jon Bon Jovi, Bruce Springsteen, Lady Gaga, Dave Matthews, Jennifer Lopez, Beyonce and her husband Jay Z, Stevie Wonder, Steve Aoki, The National and Katy Perry.

Perry kicked off the official start of the Clinton campaign in Iowa as well. 3b9485ea00000578-4059096-image-a-4_1482424293960The same doesn’t go for Trump and Republicans, who counted Scott Baio and Antonio Sabato Jr. as their celebrity guests at this summer’s Republican National Convention.

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