DALLAS (AP) - Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band are closing out the last day of a three-day music festival in Dallas for the NCAA Final Four tournament.
Springsteen will close out the NCAA March Madness Music Festival at Reunion Park on Sunday, following the pop-rock trio fun.
Texas-based country singer Pat Green kicked off his set with his song ''Carry On.'' The Texas-based duo The Wind and The Wave performed earlier under cloudy and occasionally rainy skies.
The park, with a capacity of about 40,000, is on the site of the now-demolished Reunion Arena, which hosted the Final Four in 1986. This year's Final Four is being held at the massive stadium in nearby Arlington where the Dallas Cowboys play.
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