Pop Singer Sia to Headline Free Concert at Wolstein Center in September

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[image-1]A five-time Grammy Award nominee and multi-platinum selling artist/songwriter/hitmaker, Sia is one of pop's biggest star. She recently landed her first No. 1 on the Billboard HOT 100 Chart with her current single, “Cheap Thrills.” 

Earlier this month, she announced the dates of her Nostalgic for the Present tour. While that tour doesn’t include a Cleveland stop, the singer has just announced that she will perform at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 10 at the Wolstein Center as part of a series of 30 free events staged in cities nationwide by All Access Coalition, an organization that promotes abortion rights awareness. While you don't have to agree with the group's principles to attend the concert, it'll probably help. 



Former Daily Show correspondent Jessica Williams and Saturday Night Live star Leslie Jones are also on the bill.

"All Access is such an inclusive group that I’m proud to be a part of this," Sia says in a statement (via Billboard). "We all need to stand together and be a part of creating the future we hope to see. There is so much support out there for an inclusive, equitable society that it’s time we showed our collective power."



Visit the All Access site to register for free tickets to the Cleveland event.


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