Ariana Grande partners with HeadCount, allows fans to register to vote at concerts

Remember the campaign called Rock the Vote? Ariana Grande looks like she’s bringing a similar initiative back.

Grande is working with HeadCount to get her fans to sign up to vote as they are waiting for concerts to start during her Sweetener World tour.

If they're not old enough, the system will email fans when they turn the legal voting age, NBC News reported. The group will also get younger people active in the process, even before they can vote.

"You don't have to be 18 to call your elected officials. Thirteen-year-olds can do that," Aaron Ghitelman, HeadCount's communications director, told NBC News.

>> Read more trending news

But you can exercise your civil responsibilities with more than just registering to vote, you can volunteer through the organization to help get the word out.

If you would like to participate, but either can't get to a concert or don't want to wait, you can text ARIANA to 40649, CNN reported.

Grande isn’t the only performer who has worked with the organization.

They have also worked with JAY-Z, Wilco, Phish, Dave Matthews Band and Dixie Chicks, CNN reported.

Credit: Mike Coppola/Getty Images for Billboard

Credit: Mike Coppola/Getty Images for Billboard

About the Author