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Bruce Springsteen has been making headlines for covers of new songs during his High Hopes tour, but now The Boss is about to top himself. Springsteen has announced that he will be playing a free concert during the Final Four weekend, which is the last round of the NCAA men's college basketball tournament.
Springsteen and the E Street Band will headline the final day of the free three-day March Madness Music Festival in Reunion Park, USA Today reported.
During the music festival two giant screens will be showing the basketball action. The Final Four semifinal games will be shown on the screens in-between musical acts.
Headlining on the other two days include country superstar Jason Aldean and The Killers. Additional acts are being added to the festival which will also include Tim McGraw, fun., and more chart topping musicians.
Rolling Stone reported that this festival has always drawn in large names in the music industry including; Sting, Dave Matthews Band, Muse, The Kings of Leon, KISS, The Black Keys, Kid Rock, and Taylor Swift.
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