Bruce Springsteen to Play Concert at Historic Wrigley Field in September
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Forget the "Streets of Philadelphia," and "Atlantic City" because The Boss is coming to Chicago to play a concert at historic Wrigley Field as part of his Wrecking Ball Tour.
According to a story posted by The Chicago Sun Times, this is just one of a few ballparks the legendary rocker is set to visit on his tour.
Friday’s announcement by the iconic band is part of eight new stadium dates for August and September, including a couple of other ballparks. The band’s Wrecking Ball Tour, supporting Springsteen’s latest solo album, Wrecking Ball, kicked off March 18 (following Springsteen’s rousing keynote at the South by Southwest music conference) and wraps up next month in the United States before heading to Europe for the summer.
This is great news for Bruce Springsteen fans as the baseball stadium is equipped to handle more fans than The Allstate and US Cellular Field.
Bruce Springsteen is one of the greatest living Rock 'n Roll legends, having produced a laundry list of familiar hits.
While Springsteen has had a number of honors, including an induction to both the Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame and the Song Writers Hall of Fame as well as being one of the only people to simultaneously grace the covers of both Time and Newsweek.
For someone who has had several No. 1 albums, it is shocking that the singles he releases never hit the top of the charts, but that has never phased Springsteen as he has produced album after album of great music for the better part of five decades.
He did reach No. 1 as a song writer once when Manfred Mann brought "Blinded by the Light" to the top spot on the charts.
His hits span the spectrum from rock anthems to ballads to protest songs, and they all strike a chord with certain fans.
Make sure to get your tickets for September 7th now as Bruce Springsteen is likely to sell out even a 40,000-plus seat stadium.
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