I just got back from my forth Bruce Springsteen concert. I am sore all over for standing around waiting to get into the concert and then from bouncing around once the concert started and then even more sore since that I did that two days in a row. I’d do it again in a heartbeat too. When you’re at a Bruce Springsteen concert, not only are you watching a legend but it feels like you’re watching a legend. I’ve seen other bands perform and they just are not interesting but Bruce puts on a show. The music is loud and exhilarating and he has been preforming from his big back catalog of hits and not just the stuff on his newest album (which is also quite good).
To the left here is a generic arena picture. I’ve marked the areas I’ve seen Bruce from now. We did pretty poorly the past two days for the pit lottery but we still get in before the general GA people meaning we’re still in the first third of the floor. Looking at where I put the blue and white dots, I’m realizing now that they need to be moved up more because, like I said, we were in the first third of GA.They should probably be closer to the green area and the green area should be closer to the front too but anyway that’s not important.
Click the jump to continue reading if you’re interested in seeing what his set list consisted of for our past couple of concerts and if you want to see a breakdown of the tracks played. I’m sure no one is really interested. I’m just doing it for me. I’ll post a few pictures there too.