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AMPHITHEATER Springsteen Experience Saturday, ….

	Springsteen Experience 
	 Saturday, …. AMPHITHEATER 
	Springsteen Experience 
	 Saturday, ….


Springsteen Experience

Saturday, July 3 7:30 p.m., Amphitheater Stage Sponsor: Home Instead Senior Care Service

The music of Bruce Springsteen, a prolific songwriter and storyteller whose career spans more than four decades, will be featured in the Springsteen Experience at a patriotic community concert celebration this Saturday on the Amphitheater stage.

Everyone is invited for a night of Americana evoking the boys from New Jersey in a tribute to Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. Koffel’s will bring the Taco Tuesday Truck with the regular popular fare as well as its famous tri tip and rib barbecues, your choice, for $11 a plate, including all the fixings. Serving starts at 4 p.m. Stay after the concert and enjoy a special fireworks light show on the Amphitheater doors.

Josh Schreiber and the cast and crew of the Springsteen Experience will showcase Springsteen’s brilliant catalog of music, including the hit songs “Glory Days,” Dancing in the Dark,” “Born to Run” and “Born in the USA.”

This will be a high-octane, chronological journey, recreating the most memorable moments and stage interactions throughout E Street concert history.

From 1973 through the height of Bruce’s fame in the 80s and beyond, this theatrical production accurately replicates the near circus-like appeal of an authentic Springsteen concert. It includes vintage equipment and stage sets, multiple costume changes, and note-perfect renditions of Bruce’s most popular hits and lyrical gems.

With the addition of the four-piece Miami horn section, the Experience is a concert event like no other production in the replica-rock genre today.

The tribute includes such classics as “Detroit Medley,” “Adam Raised a Cain,” “Sherry Darling,” “Hungry Heart” and “Thunder Road.” Schreiber, backed by a notable ensemble of lookalike talent, bears a striking resemblance to Springsteen.

His similarity in mannerisms and vocal prowess will transport you back in time with songs like “Growing Up,” “E Street Shuffle” and “Hard to be a Saint in the City.” Come celebrate summer on July 3.

Admission is free. Residents must have GRF photo ID cards for admission. Non-resident guests must be accompanied by a resident shareholder.

Smoking is not permitted at the Amphitheater, which is located behind the LW News Office in the GRF Administration complex.

No parking is allowed in front of Amphitheater on St. Andrews Drive along the southbound lanes.

Minibus transportation will be available before and after shows.

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