Bruce Springsteen to play five nights at Giants Stadium

The E Street Band to play Born To Run, Born In The USA and Darkness in full live

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Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band are to play albums from their back catalogue in their entirety, at their five-night residency at their homecoming shows at New Jersey’s Giants Stadium next month.

Springsteen and co, who are nearing the end of their world tour, which included headlining this year’s Glastonbury Glastonbury Festival and London’s Hard Rock Calling in the Summer – will perform ‘Born To Run‘, ‘Born In The USA‘ and ‘Darkness On The Edge Of Town‘ live in full on different nights in NJ.

Springsteen and the E Street Band have previously only performed ‘Born To Run‘ live in its entirety once before – at a show at Chicago’s United Center on September 20.

Born To Run‘s anthems include “Thunder Road“, “She’s The One” and “Jungleland.”

Jon Landau, the band’s manager has stated: “Chicago convinced us that this was really worth doing. The audience was so supportive of the concept that it convinced us to go ahead with this at Giants Stadium.”

Bruce Springsteen has confirmed the following albums/ dates for their Giants Stadium live shows:

‘Born To Run’ (September 30)
‘Darkness On The Edge Of Town’ (October 2)
‘Born In The USA’ (3)
‘Born To Run’ (8)
‘Born In The USA’ (9)


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