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Bruce Springsteen Teams Up With Regional Food Bank At His Los Angeles Shows




Bruce Springsteen puts his action where his mouth is… He has built his career around socially conscious songs, he has been a true political voice, and stadium show after stadium show he has raised consciousness among masses. Bruce has three dates next week at the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena for his River Tour and he is asking fans to donate to the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank. Isn’t this nice?

I am going on Tuesday 15th and I am preparing for my first Springsteen show ever… I know the boss has been touring non stop since the 80’s, I am very late in the game, but who cares, this gonna be one thing to cross from my bucket list.. I know it’s gonna be a huge place and Bruce will have the size of an ant but at least it’s a start. Now, if Bruce could do one of these intimate surprise shows on the 18th for example, that would be very cool. Remember Macca did Amoeba!

On his last day, Saturday March 19th, the Food Bank is holding the Bruce Springsteen Fan Volunteer Day, and if you volunteer, you will have the opportunity to help the organization with different activities such as sorting, boxing and repackaging donated food to be directed where it is needed most. And if you don’t have a ticket for any of the three dates, it could be a very rewarding way to get one for free. If you sign up here using the password ‘Bruce2016’, before 12 p.m. PST Friday, March 11, you’ll be entered in a drawing to win free tickets to see the show on March 15th or 17th.

The Los Angeles Regional Food Bank is a great organization, which has distributed more than 1 billion pounds of food to the needy since 1973. And a few hours of your time could make you see the Boss play ‘The River’ for free… what are you waiting for?

Watch this clip of Springsteen shouting his support to LA.’s sister food bank in Arizona.

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