Election 2017

Katy Perry’s Philly concert for Hillary Clinton will be at the Mann Center

Clinton’s campaign announced a location and time for the free concert.

Katy Perry performs during the 2016 Democratic National Convention at Wells Fargo Center.

Katy Perry performs during the 2016 Democratic National Convention at Wells Fargo Center.

Robert Deutsch / USA TODAY

Hillary Clinton’s campaign announced Tuesday evening pop singer Katy Perry’s free concert will take place at the Mann Center for the Performing Arts on Nov. 5. Of note: Hillary Clinton will take the stage with Perry.

The concert was announced in mid-October as party of Clinton’s Get Out The Vote efforts, but the press release left out timing and location information. The performance is part of Perry’s “Love Trumps Hate” concert series.

Perry is a noted Clinton supporter, and sang for Hillz in Philly before — that was during the Democratic National Convention when Perry dazzled the Dems with by singing “Rise” and “Roar” at the Wells Fargo Center.

The singer is expected to urge Pennsylvanians to get out to the polls on Election Day on Nov. 8.

Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. Looks like Saturday will be a balmy 60 degrees — important, since the Mann’s seating is partially outdoors. RSVP here and keep your confirmation email handy for concert entry.

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