Sundance Channel will broadcast the Oct. 11 finale of the Vote for Change tour in Washington, D.C. Along with live concert footage of Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam and R.E.M., "National Anthem: Inside

Sundance Channel will broadcast the Oct. 11 finale of the Vote for Change tour in Washington, D.C. Along with live concert footage of the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam, R.E.M., Dave Matthews Band and James Taylor, "National Anthem: Inside the 'Vote for Change' Concert Tour" will feature pre-taped behind-the-scenes segments lensed by veteran filmmakers Albert Maysles and D A Pennebaker.

Each of the dozen-plus artists are expected to perform for about 22 minutes at the Oct. 11 show, which wraps a 10-day Vote for Choice blitz through upcoming presidential election battleground states.

A Sundance spokesperson tells Billboard.com Maysles and Pennebaker will be on the road with the Vote for Choice tour in the days ahead to document rehearsals and off-stage interaction between the acts.

"From the Kennedys to Dylan, the Beatles, and Stones, Al Maysles and D A Pennebaker are the pre-eminent observers of politics and music in our time," says Sundance founder Robert Redford. "Sundance is pleased to present these legendary filmmakers' view of the collision between pop culture and politics at this fascinating moment in U.S. history."

"This documentary presents a unique opportunity to extend the music from this amazing finale show beyond the walls of the arena to a broader audience, and provide viewers with an insider's look at what the 'Vote for Change' tour is all about," says Springsteen manager Jon Landau.

According to Pearl Jam's official Web site, the show may also by Webcast, with details to be announced.

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