Bruce Spingsteen and the E Street Band
Bruce Spingsteen and the E Street Band
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  • New Jersey
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Prudential Center

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Time Out says

Built in 2007, the multi-function Newark, NJ, arena is just a short train or car ride from Manhattan and worth the trip for its top-tier bookings. The venue regularly presents concerts by a variety of pop and rock megastars, on the order of Bruce Springsteen and Fleetwood Mac, giving the area's other big stages like the Garden and Barclays Center a run for their money.

Details

Address
25 Lafayette St
Newark
Cross street:
between Broad and Mulberry Sts
Transport:
Travel: PATH train to Newark, NJ Transit Train to Newark or by car from five major highways
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