Bruce Springsteen Announces September 13 Date at BankAtlantic Center

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Have you ever heard from someone who went to a Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band concert and left unsatisfied? The Boss' fans are rabid, and his shows are legendary, often culminating in three hour sets spanning his entire 40-plus-years' catalog. His previously announced tour did not have a stop in South Florida, but he's just announced a few new dates, including a September 13 stop at the BankAtlantic Center. Tickets are sure to sell out very quickly, so be at your computers and ready on July 24 when they go on sale through Live Nation. Hit the jump to see the set list from his latest show and a video.

July 12, 2009

Dublin, Ireland


No Surrender



My Lucky Day

Outlaw Pete

Hungry Heart

Working On A Dream


Johnny 99


Darkness On The Edge of Town

Spirit In The Night

Sherry Darling

Proud Mary

Prove It All Night


Waiting On A Sunny Day

Promised Land

Radio Nowhere

American Skin (41 Shots)

Lonesome Day

The Rising

Born To Run


American Land


Glory Days

Dancing In The Dark

Twist & Shout

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