According to his website, Bruce will play at the March Madness Music Fest at Reunion Park in Dallas on April 6, 2014. Also set to join the three-day event are Jason Aldean, Tim McGraw and The Killers. Good thing the NCAA's Final Four is an event for amateurs.
This free, three-day concert is free to the public - first come, first serve - and begins on April 4 and ends April 6.
If you have never witnessed Bruce in person, do it. Even if you aren't a huge fan of his music, go. Few performers ever consistently bring effort and try to entertain the masses the way Bruce Springsteen does every time. He never mails it in, doesn't steal your money.
Bruce may be 64, but it's not as if his voice is going to be shredded with age. He can still play. And the chance to see Bruce Springsteen perform Born to Run should be on every rock and roll fan's wish list.
Bruce has not played North Texas since April 2008.
Who made this possible? Jerry Jones for wanting a new venue large enough to attract the Final Four, and the city of Arlington for voting for the tax hike to help pay for it.
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