New York Central Park Homecoming Concert: Bruce Springsteen, Paul Simon, Jennifer Hudson make headlines
Bruce Springsteen (Bruce Springsteen) will play the leading role in a concert in New York City’s Central Park later this summer, an event known as the city’s return to tourism.
New York City officials Paul Simon and Jennifer Hudson will also perform Announce Thursday. The date of the concert has not yet been determined.
The Central Park Homecoming Concert was organized by Clive Davis to celebrate the reopening of New York City and promote tourism after the city’s COVID-19 restrictions have ended. According to Rolling Stone.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced last month that more than 60,000 people will be able to attend this large outdoor concert.
“This will be one of the greatest Central Park concerts in history,” De Blasio said at a press conference on Thursday. “This has happened for thousands of years.”
This New York Times Report Last month, the event may be held on August 21. The Times also reported that Springsteen and Patti Smith may perform together.
Most tickets are expected to be free, but some VIP packages can be purchased.
This will be Springsteen’s first live performance to an audience of this size since the last anniversary tour “The River” in 2017. NJ.com report. It is not clear whether The Boss will perform alone or with The E Street Band.
“(Springsteen) is loved in an extraordinary way in New York City, even if he happens to be from Jersey. No one is perfect,” De Blasio said.
Springsteen has already participated in his performance in the city, “Springsteen on Broadway” It reopened last week and will be held at the St. James Theatre on September 4th.
The remaining performers and other details of the Central Park Homecoming Concert may be announced soon.