Bruce Springsteen, Jay-Z Perform at Final Campaign for President Barack Obama

By: , NewsOXY Reporter
11/03/2021 10:21 PM ET

Bruce Springsteen and Jay-Z join President Barack Obama in Ohio and Iowa rallies to close out his 2012 presidential campaign. The entertainers will also join First Lady Michelle Obama for the campaign’s last performance.

The star-studded push will kick off in Madison, Wis., where Springsteen, 63, will perform and introduce the POTUS. The two will then head to Columbus, Ohio, where they will be joined onstage by the “Empire State of Mind” rapper, 44, a longtime pal.

Both Springsteen and Jay-Z have been stumping for Obama throughout the campaign.

Today, it was also announced that Katy Perry will join Obama for a rally in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on Saturday. Other artists throwing their support behind the President include Marc Anthony and Gabrielle Union, who joined Michelle Obama at a rally in Florida recently, and Dave Matthews Band, who will play an event this Saturday in Bristow, Virginia, with Obama and Clinton.

Obama’s campaign says he will return home Monday night to Chicago, where Obama will be on Election Day.

Republican nominee Mitt Romney will have his own major star power on his last day of campaigning. The former governor of Massachusetts will be joined Monday by the Marshall Tucker Band in Ohio and by musician Kid Rock in Manchester, New Hampshire.

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