With the finals of the NCAA tournament to take place later tonight, the March Madness Music Festival ended with a bang. Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band closed out the show Sunday night.
Springsteen performed at Reunion Park, reported the Associated Press. Performing hit songs, “Hungry Heart,” “Dancing in the Dark,” and “Glory Days,” Springsteen and the E Street Band opened with a cover of Van Halen’s, “Jump.”
Although rain threatened the festival the scheduled performers still took the stage. The Wind and The Wave were the first to entertain during the afternoon followed by the Pat Green Band reported Dallas News. fun took the stage prior to Springsteen.
The NCAA March Madness Music Festival is held at the park that represents the now demolished Reunion Arena with a capacity of about 40,000 people. Prior to hosting the music festival, the arena hosted the Final Four in 1986.
The tournament finals will take place Monday night in Arlington where the Dallas Cowboys play. No. 7 Connecticut and No. 8 Kentucky will play for the championships, reported the Washington Post .