Bruce Springsteen confirmed for benefit show

Bruce Springsteen is to perform at this year's Stand Up For Heroes benefit in New York, reports Rolling Stone. Springsteen has played at every benefit since it began in 2007. Last year, he performed a three-song acoustic set.

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Bruce Springsteen is to perform at this year’s Stand Up For Heroes benefit in New York, reports Rolling Stone.

Springsteen has played at every benefit since it began in 2007. Last year, he performed a three-song acoustic set.

The benefit, that raises funds for injured servicemembers and their families, will take place at New York’s Theater at Madison Square Garden on November 5, with tickets going on sale on September 17.

Other artists confirmed include Louis C.K., John Oliver, John Mulaney and Brian Williams, with surprise guests likely to appear on the night.


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