An anti-war concert headlined by the reunited Rage Against the Machine drew hundreds of fans to the Denver Coliseum, many with tattoos, body piercings or “Iraq Veterans Against the War” T-shirts.


An anti-war concert headlined by the reunited Rage Against the Machine drew hundreds of fans to the Denver Coliseum, many with tattoos, body piercings or “Iraq Veterans Against the War” T-shirts. The mood was both laid-back and political as the show got under way Wednesday morning. A juggler performed on the sidewalk near a replica of a Guantanamo Bay prison cell.

The band State Radio opened while activists met backstage to plan a march once the show is over.