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More than 60,000 people are expected to descend upon Central Park on Saturday evening for a free concert featuring the Black Keys and Neil Young aimed at calling attention to poverty worldwide.
K'naan kicked off a free concert in Central Park on Saturday evening that also promised performances by Black Keys and Neil Young to call attention to poverty worldwide.