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Monday, 26 May 2008

Bruce Springsteen Ireland Concert Set List

Springsteen played a third show in Dublin, Ireland on May the 23rd. Same venue as the previous sets, the RDS Arena.

Here's Bruce's concert setlist

Setlist:
Night
Radio Nowhere
No Surrender
Lonesome Day
The Promised Land
Magic
Trapped
Murder Incorporated
Darlington County
Prove It All Night
She's the One
Livin' in the Future
Mary's Place
Girls in Their Summer Clothes
Devil's Arcade
The Rising
Last to Die
Long Walk Home
Badlands

Encore

Jungleland
Born to Run
Glory Days
Dancing in the Dark
American Land

Here's the concert play list from the 22 May while I'm at it:

Set list:

The Promised Land
Radio Nowhere
Lonesome Day
Out in the Street
Gypsy Biker
Magic
Reason to Believe
Candy's Room
Prove It All Night
Darkness on the Edge of Town
Because the Night
She's the One
Livin' in the Future
Mary's Place
Waitin' on a Sunny Day
The River
Devil's Arcade
The Rising
Last to Die
Long Walk Home
Badlands

Encore

Thunder Road
Born to Run
Bobby Jean
Tenth Avenue Freeze-out (w/ Southside Johnny)
American Land


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1 comment:

springsteeninireland said...

I'm working on a new project for Irish fans and fans who have seen Bruce in Ireland. It's going to be turned into a book.

I've already had loads of support from Point Blank, members of the Greasy Lake community and the Irish media.

If anybody has a story and/or pictures which they would like to feature in Springsteen In Ireland, would they please email springsteeninireland@googlemail.com

The book will track all the connections between E Street and Ireland, and will also include as many fans stories as possible: meetings with Bruce; stories about hanging around the Merrion; experiences of getting to/enjoying concerts and thoughts on why Bruce is just so big in Ireland.

Thanks in advance!
Greg

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