DALLAS (AP) - Bruce Springsteen has taken the stage on the last day of a three-day music festival in Dallas for the NCAA Final Four Tournament with a basketball in his hand.
The Boss briefly addressed the crowd Sunday at the NCAA March Madness Musical Festival before he and the E Street Band launched into a cover of Van Halen's hit ''Jump.'' They then played several of the band's own hits, including ''Hungry Heart.''
Pop-rock trio fun., the group behind the song ''We Are Young,'' played before Springsteen at the concert in Reunion Park in downtown Dallas.
This year's Final Four is being held at the massive stadium in nearby Arlington where the Dallas Cowboys play.
March Madness Music Festival, http://www.ncaa.com/marchmadness/musicfest

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