Venerable rock star, Jackson Browne, and the groups Third Eye Blind and Dawes are making the Occupy Wall Street scene at Zuccotti Thursday noon, according to a report in The New York Daily News. No permits for the performance, apparently, so it will probably be an acoustic set, Adam Nelson or Workhouse PR told the paper.
The park is owned by Brookfield Office Properites, and is still occupied sporadically by protestors, but no camping, cooking or sleeping is allowed.
There's supposed to be a post-concert march, insolidarity with the New York City Central Labor Council, which is is holding a rally for jobs and economic fairness, reports the paper. That march will go from Herald Square to Union Square back to Zuccotti, with the group meeting at 4 p.m. at 30th St. and Fifth Ave.