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Bruce Springsteen

Date: 05/11/2009
Time: 07:30 PM


Bruce Springsteen


Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band are back on the road and making a tour stop at the Xcel Energy Center Saint Paul on Monday, May 11 at 7:30 PM. Springsteen fans will remember that "The Boss" last played at the Xcel on November 2, 2007 in support of his "Magic" album. The show rocked the Xcel Energy Center and quickly sold-out. Well, rumor has it that Bruce Springsteen enjoyed his time on the road so much that he is touring again in support of another new album, "Working on a Dream". People Magazine raved about the new Springsteen album and wrote, "With many of these songs itching to be taken on the road, 'Dream' continues the classic Springsteen revival of 'Magic.'" Springsteen fans are raving about the album as well and have supported the Springsteen tour by quickly scooping up Bruce Springsteen Tickets in cities across the United States including St Paul, Minnesota.


It may have been only 18 months since Minnesota Bruce Springsteen fans saw him last perform, but the support has been overwhelming with plenty of Springsteen ticket sales. The Bruce Springsteen stage set-up for the St Paul concert is once again an end-stage set-up with a general admission floor. If you want the chance to be next to the stage and you don't mind standing and dancing all night then the floor will be the place to be. Doors will open at 6:30pm, but you can bet there will be Springsteen fans lined up way before that for the chance to get a good spot near the stage. For those that want a reserved seat for the Bruce Springsteen concert, lower level sections near the stage are best or front row on the 200 level. Whereever you choose to enjoy the music from, buy your Bruce Springsteen tickets today and get ready for a great St Paul Concert!

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