Last night I had a chance to see my third Bruce Springsteen show this tour. This time, at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. Needless to say, it was one I'll never forget. The Boss never takes for "the working man" for granted and since yesterday was Labor Day, he worked hard at giving his crowd a show for the ages.

Bruce Springsteen opened up the show with an acoustic rendition of the deep cut "Factory" off of his album, "Darkness on The Edge of Town". The hook "it’s the working, the working, just the working life" was very fitting for the occasion. From then on, he played a handful of classics including "The River", "Thunder Road" and "Prove it All Night", as well as some songs off of his new album.

One of the highlights came towards the very end of the show when, for only the third time this tour, he played "Jungleland". A song that has been omitted from most setlists because of the passing of Clarence Clemons. Jake Clemons, Clarence's nephew had been officially initiated into the band when the band busted it out in Europe. As a special treat, "Jungleland" made an appearance towards the end of the encore.

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Here's the whole setlist from last night:

  1. Factory
  2. Adam Raised a Cain
  3. Streets of Fire
  4. Prove It All Night
  5. Something in the Night
  6. We Take Care of Our Own
  7. Wrecking Ball
  8. Death to My Hometown
  9. My City of Ruins
  10. Spirit in the Night
  11. Does This Bus Stop at 82nd Street?
  12. It's Hard to Be a Saint in the City
  13. Frankie
  14. Jack of All Trades
  15. Atlantic City
  16. Darlington County
  17. Shackled and Drawn
  18. Waitin' on a Sunny Day
  19. The River
  20. Lonesome Day
  21. Badlands
  22. Thunder Road


  1. We Are Alive
  2. Born to Run
  3. Dancing in the Dark
  4. Jungleland
  5. Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
  6. American Land

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