Here’s your once in a lifetime chance to register to vote with the help of David Byrne.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame former front man for Talking Heads is promoting getting out the vote during his Broadway production “American Utopia” and is teaming up with the national non-profit organization HeadCount, which has a voter registration booth at each of his shows at the 970-capacity Hudson Theatre.
Since the show debuted in previews on Oct. 4, HeadCount, a non-partisan group that “works with musicians to promote participation in democracy in the United States,” has registered 404 voters.
Byrne’s audience is made up of mostly baby boomers.
“We’re really happy with the total because it’s an older crowd where most attendees are already registered,” HeadCount’s Andy Bernstein told The Post. He did not have a breakdown of the party affiliation of the 404 who registered to vote in the lobby of the Hudson Theatre.
Byrne, 67, is an outspoken advocate for voter registration. His office reported to Rolling Stone that, on average, six to 10 people were registering to vote at each “American Utopia” performance ahead of the election last month.
HeadCount is best known for registering voters at concerts –- having signed up 600,000 voters since its launch in 2004.
The Broadway engagement, which runs through Feb. 16, is a stop on the show’s international tour.