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Catch Springsteen on the big screen this weekend

The three-hour concert film Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band: London Calling Live in Hyde Park comes out on DVD and Blu-ray next Tuesday. But if you want to see the show on a screen worthy of Springsteen's music, the Cosford Cinema is screening a 90-minute version of the concert this weekend in HD.


The movie will be shown tonight at 7 p.m., Saturday at 2 p.m. and Sunday at 7 p.m. Go here for ticket info and directions to the theater. Here's the setlist:

London Calling
She’s The One
Outlaw Pete
Working On a Dream
Born To Run
Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
American Land
Glory Days
Dancing In The Dark
Waitin’ On a Sunny Day


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can't fight this feeling anymore

Really, we couldn't have THUNDER ROAD instead of that lame ass Outlaw Pete (otherwise known as: time to hit the bathroom or the beer stand...)

Rene Rodriguez

"Outlaw Pete" is NOT lame. He robbed a bank in his diapers and his bare baby feet!


I wanna go!


Totally off topic, but thanks for the Sunday piece on the ABFF, Rene. I've been wondering if I'd ever have a chance to see Night Catches Us and its coming this Saturday!
The fest website is traditionally weak at offering a screening schedule, but thanks to your tip I ferreted out the screening and got my tix. Big ups!


Hey Rene,

Why no info on the Tues. night showing of "The Big 4" ?


No love for Heavy Metal music on the big screen? : (

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