Compiled by NBC/NJ's Matthew E. Berger…
DEMOCRATS: No tailgating at Invesco. Parking in stadium lots for Obama's speech will be banned. So leave the kielbasa, burgers and dogs at home. Shuttling from the Pepsi Center or other places is likely.
By the way, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, the official chairs of the Democratic convention, didn't know of Obama's decision to move his final-night acceptance speech from the Pepsi Center to Invesco Field until the campaign announced it on a conference call with reporters, Politico reports.
A song conservative Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch wrote about Ted Kennedy will be played as a tribune to Kennedy at the Democratic convention. "He's a special person to me. I want to honor him this way," Hatch said in an interview.
REPUBLICANS: Publicists for Jacob Dylan are denying rumors that dad Bob Dylan persuaded him and his band, the Wallflowers, to cancel a gig for the Minnesota Agri-Growth Council during the second night of the convention.