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Springsteen, Art of Cool: Live music this week

Posted April 23
Updated April 24

— There are plenty of shows around the Triangle this week, including Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band and the Art of Cool Festival in downtown Durham.

Wednesday

Tycho, Gardens & Villa – Cat’s Cradle

New Madrid, The Affectionate – Local 506

Tall Tall Trees, Prypyat, Monika Heidemann – The Cave

Thursday

Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band – PNC Arena

Fields of Mars, Houda Idrissi – Pinhook

Strange Fiction, Aloud, Strange Faces – The Cave

Friday

Peter Lamb and the Wolves – NC Museum of Art

Lady Antebellum, Billy Currington, Kacey Musgraves – Walnut Creek

The Beast, The Hot at Nights – Pinhook

Thundercat, Russell Gunn & Electrik Butterfly, Rafiq Bhatia – Motorco

The Charming Youngsters, Aloud, Needle Points, Wharves – Slim’s

Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band, Cherry Royale – Southland Ballroom

Jeanne Jolly, Roger Gupton, Allyn Love – Hillsborough

Saturday

Big Beat Dance, Shirlette and the Dynamite Brothers – Pinhook

Look Homeward, Birds and Arrows – Local 506

Sleigh Bells – Cat’s Cradle

Sunday

Ema, Downtown Boys – Local 506

Future Islands, Ed Shrader’s Music Beat, The Lollipops (I have featured) – Cat’s Cradle

For more local music news, check out Hear it from Hutch.

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  • bearsaucy Apr 25, 10:09 p.m.

    Bruce sringsteen put on an awesome show!!!

  • jmcdow2792 Apr 24, 4:31 p.m.

    How many tax dollars went to build the PNC so Bruce Springsteen could make money off this concert?

    — Posted by jmcdow2792

    None.....but you were not really asking, correct?

    — Posted by brn2rn75

    That's not technically true. The arena cost $158 million to build, $60 million of which came... View More

    — Posted by kikinc

    You might find a family owned business handling the parking.

  • kikinc Apr 24, 2:26 p.m.

    How many tax dollars went to build the PNC so Bruce Springsteen could make money off this concert?

    — Posted by jmcdow2792

    None.....but you were not really asking, correct?

    — Posted by brn2rn75

    That's not technically true. The arena cost $158 million to build, $60 million of which came from the Hurricanes and the state of NC paid $18 million. The rest came from the hotel and restaurant tax, so I'm sure plenty of tax dollars were involved there.

    I'm more outraged at the price of parking. $15 for a hockey game and $20 for a concert. Give me a break.

  • jmcdow2792 Apr 24, 1:26 p.m.

    How many tax dollars went to build the PNC so Bruce Springsteen could make money off this concert?

    — Posted by jmcdow2792

    None.....but you were not really asking, correct?

    — Posted by brn2rn75

    You must not have seen comments on the NCAA basketball story suggesting that use of a publicly funded arena such as the PNC was inappropriate. Just asking if a rock concert is a more appropriate use.

  • hollylama Apr 24, 1:09 p.m.

    Can't wait to see Amel Larrieux....whoo!

  • brn2rn75 Apr 24, 8:53 a.m.

    How many tax dollars went to build the PNC so Bruce Springsteen could make money off this concert?

    — Posted by jmcdow2792

    None.....but you were not really asking, correct?

  • jmcdow2792 Apr 24, 6:57 a.m.

    How many tax dollars went to build the PNC so Bruce Springsteen could make money off this concert?

  • UpChuck Apr 23, 2:08 p.m.

    This will the the first Bruce concert I've seen since Clarence died. Looking forward to hearing... View More

    — Posted by Wifeandkids

    I saw them two years ago; it was great.

  • Wifeandkids Apr 23, 1:40 p.m.

    This will the the first Bruce concert I've seen since Clarence died. Looking forward to hearing Jake Clemons, Clarence's nephew play.