Pre Show - 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.
12:00-12:40 - The Roots will play for the crowd
12:40-12:57 - A comedian (TBA) will warm up the crowd
12:57-1:00 - Video countdown and intros
Main Show 1 p.m. 3 p.m.
1:00-1:05 - Singing of the National Anthem by special musical guest (TBA)
1:05-1:20 - Jon Stewart welcomes the crowd
1:20-1:30 - Stephen Colbert enters
1:30-1:35 - Benediction by actor Don Novello (Father Guido Sarducci)
1:35-1:40 - Poem reading by actor Sam Waterston (Law and Order)
1:40-1:50 - Performance by Jeff Tweedy (Wilco) and Mavis Staples
1:50-2:15 - Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert perform together
2:15-2:20 - Performance by Sheryl Crow
2:20-2:30 - Brief statements from special guests (TBA), both live and taped
2:30-2:40 - Performance by special musical guest (TBA)
2:40-2:50 - Sanity and Fear Awards
2:50-3:00 - Final statements by Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert
Two hours? Three if you count the warm-up? Why bother, unless the college boys hope to find some hot, loose chicks.
I’d never heard the Roots before...they’re not bad. Not many bands with a tuba player.
Sure is a white audience.
Saturday Night - Pubcrawl the Capital Hill bars (Dubliner, Hawk and Dove, Tune Inn, etc.)
Sunday Night - rally participants travel to Georgetown to participate in DC's famous Halloween bash.
Monday - Hung over. Some participants return home.
Tuesday - Most participants travel back to their home states, planning to vote in the late afternoon. Complain that they were denied their right to vote because their connecting flight was delayed or they had to pick up their checked luggage and they couldn't get to their polling station in time.