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Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band
Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band
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Date/Time
Date(s) - 04/12/2014
7:00 pm - 11:30 pm

Location
Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach

FM99 welcomes Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band to Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach on Saturday, April 12th.

Tickets are on sale now! BUY YOUR TICKETS HERE

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band made their 2014 live debut on January 26th in South Africa with “a sweat-drenched rock ‘n roll spectacle” (Mail & Guardian). They’re currently earning similar raves on the road in Australia – where parts of Springsteen’s new album ‘High Hopes’ were recorded – including a 5-star live review from the Sydney Morning Herald, who said, “If you only see two shows this year, see this one. Twice. (And then see it again.)”

Springsteen’s latest studio album, ‘High Hopes’ (Columbia Records), debuted at #1 in 20 countries last month.

Camera Policy: NO cameras are permitted for this performance. No video or audio recording is permitted for this performance.

Items Permitted: One sealed bottle of water, small food items in a clear 1 gallon size bag, blankets, and lawn chairs with legs no longer than 9″ in height.

Items NOT Permitted: Laser pointers, pen/pointer lights, glow wands, weapons or sharp objects of any kind.

Special Traffic Notes: Traffic may be heavy. Please plan your trip accordingly. If you need directions to the venue, click More Info to visit our website.
Front General Admission ticket holder lottery procedure:
This lottery procedure is only for those who have paperless tickets for the front standing section, who also want to be among the first patrons to enter the Front GA area.  The Front GA is one space, not divided.  This process is optional, if you have a ticket for the Front GA, there will be a space for you.
Any patrons who have purchased Front GA tickets may present to the venue between 3:30 PM and 4:30 PM to line up the lottery procedure.  The lottery will happen inside the venues, after the paperless entry and search procedure have taken place.
Anyone arriving after 4:30 PM who has purchased Front GA tickets will not be eligible to participate in the lottery.  They will enter after all the lottery participants are escorted into the front orchestra section.

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