Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Springsteen @ Wrigley Field {09.07.2012}

I've seen Springsteen a lot of times (I lost count somewhere along the way, I think I'm at 14 or 15 or so). But, AJ's never seen him. So when he came to Wrigley last weekend, you know we had to go.

The concert was great! We had such a fun time, and the people sitting near us were really nice.

It said on the ticket that you couldn't take any pictures or video. So I didn't bring my camera - and then there were people in there with their DSLRs!

I did have my blackberry though, so I was able to take lots of cell phone pictures!

I have to say. I was slightly disappointed in the crowd, they weren't quite as energetic as I'm used to, but I've heard before that Bruce's crazy following is strongest in his home area. Either way, I danced and sang like a crazy person, so AJ and I had a blast!

Bruce's set list was pretty awesome (in my opinion).

AJ was a little disappointed because he didn't get to hear some of his favorites - like Promised Land, Rosalita and Born in the U.S.A. - I wouldn't have minded Rosie or Promised Land either :)

But, Bruce played two songs I wouldn't trade in for Promised Land, Rosie and anything else!

He played "I'm Going Down", one of my absolute favorites that I don't ever remember hearing in concert ever before!

And he finished up with "Twist and Shout". Of course, I couldn't help but feel like I was in Ferris Bueller's Day Off!

The whole concert was completely worth that Ferris Bueller moment!

Prove It All Night ('78 intro)
My Love Will Not Let You Down
Out in the Street
Hungry Heart
We Take Care of Our Own
Wrecking Ball
Death to My Hometown (with Tom Morello)
My City of Ruins
Spirit in the Night 
Jack of All Trades (with Tom Morello)
Atlantic City (with Eddie Vedder)
Lonesome Day
I'm Goin' Down
Darlington County
Shackled and Drawn
Waitin' on a Sunny Day
None But the Brave 
The Ghost of Tom Joad (with Tom Morello)
Badlands (with Tom Morello)
Land of Hope and Dreams (with Tom Morello)
* * *
We Are Alive
Thunder Road
Born to Run
Dancing in the Dark
Tenth Avenue Freeze-out (with Morello and Vedder) 
Twist and Shout (with Morello and Vedder) 

Set list courtesy of

I'll be back tomorrow with some crafty projects! Have a wonderful Wednesday - although I did think that it was Thursday this morning...don't you hate when it happens that way?! I love thinking its early in the week, and finding out its later, but the other way around, so not fun!


Mary Pat Siehl said...

looks like a lot of fun!!! great photos!!

MG Atwood said...

Gotta love the Boss! Glad AJ got to see him live.

Christina said...

That's a crazy good set list. How cool is it that he did "Twist & Shout" in Chicago? Definitely a shout out to Ferris!
And I'm sorry but can I squeal a little bit about Eddie Flippin Vedder! EEEEEEEEEE!
Okay. I'm good now. :)

Mary Jo Rhoda said...

Fun little collage!
And sounds like it was a great show despite the crowd :)
That camera thing is always so frustrating. U2 has kind of given up. They allow DSLR, but no zoom lenses that are longer than a few inches. So Mike just brought his 50mm and it was perfect!
But you never know. Sometimes it even depends on the security person at the gate!

Heather said...

I do hate when that happens unless it's the other way around and it's actually a day later than I thought! :) That's crazy about the cameras because everyone has their phones now so what difference does it make if you bring a real camera? Your pix look really good from your Blackberry! I love the one of you and AJ! Reading the set list is so cool and brings back a lot of memories. I don't know Bruce's newer stuff so I like the "oldies'...and him opening with Prove It All Night, I'd have swooned!

Becky said...

What an awesome time! Those are some pretty good pictures too!

Tracy said...

Great photos, happy that you and AJ had an awesome time at the concert :)

holli said...

I love Bruce! I would love to see him in concert. One of my friends was at your concert in Chicago too. She loved it.
I'm following your blog now. Too cute!

sandee said...

I would have been dissappointed too to not have heard Born in the USA, but glad y'all had a good time! waving hi from the hills of North Carolina :)

Sue from Oregon said...

My kids used to jump on the trampoline at home to Bruce...many, many great memories tied to Bruce Springsteen and Huey Lewis! LOL

Jules said...

Sounds like a great time and you got some great pics on your Blackberry!

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