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We are following the sights and sounds surrounding the March Madness Music Festival at Reunion Park in downtown Dallas, leading up to a performance by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band.


10:17p The Boss has finished and the fireworks show is underway at Reunion Park. - Jason Wheeler at Reunion Park

9:26p Bruce Springsteen has outplayed the rain and is still going strong. - Sebastian Robertson at Reunion Park

9:14p Rain is falling, but the show goes on; Bruce Springsteen is going strong at Reunion Park almost two hours after he and the E Street Band took the stage. - Jason Wheeler at Reunion Park

8:47p A light shower cold brush over the March Madness Music Festival over the next 10 minutes. heavier rain remains to the north. - Pete Delkus, WFAAChief Meteorologist

8:38p Hearing Bruce Springsteen play 'Atlantic City' is ridiculously incredible live. Having grown up in New Jersey, this is a pretty cool moment! - Lauren Zakalik at Reunion Park

8:31p 'The Boss' is expected to play for up to three hours tonight, so if you're in the vicinity, you still have time to see the free show. - Lauren Zakalik at Reunion Park

8:06p The rain is finally letting up at Reunion Park. - Sheena Smith at Reunion Park

7:44p Bruce Springsteen got a warm greeeting from the crowd at Reunion Park, but the free outdoor concert did not attract a capacity crowd. - Sebastian Robertson at Reunion Park

7:32p 'I hear this has something to do with basketball,' Bruce Springsteen quipped at the start of his outdoor concert in downtown Dallas. - March Madness Music Festival

7:26p Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band take the stage at the March Madness Music Festival. - Lauren Zakalik at Reunon Park

7:01p Rain to the west of Dallas-Fort Worth is diminishing as it moves east. Expect only some drizzle and fog during the Bruce Springsteen concert. - WFAA meteorologist Ashton Altieri

6:57p Less than 20 minutes before Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band is scheduled to take the stage at the March Madness Music Festival, there is still plenty of room for fans who want to get a free glimpse of The Boss. - Sebastian Robertson at Reunion Park

6:35p Nate Ruess, lead singer of fun., looked up at the drizzing storm clouds and shouted: 'Is that all you got?' - Sebastian Robertson at Reunion Park

5:30p There's more rain on the radar west of Dallas at this hour, headed to Dallas-Fort Worth. It should be over the area during the Bruce Springsteen concert and clear as it ends. - WFAA meteorologist Ashton Alteiri

5:28p Going to the big game on Monday night? DART says it still has Final Four Fan Express passes available. You'll need DART's free GoPass app in the Apple App Store or Google Play. - WFAA

5:15p Rain? What rain? Crowds are surging at Reunion Park as fun. prepares to take the stage. - Sebastian Robertson at Reunion Park

4:46p Dallas police officers on patrol at the March Madness Music Festival are decked out in flourescent yellow rain jackets and cap covers. - Sebastian Robertson at Reunion Park

4:25p Ready for The Boss? Let's see if Springsteen brings out a bigger crowd than Tim McGraw. - Sebastian Robertson at Reunion Park

4:20p Fireworks are still on tap for Sunday evening following the Springsteen concert. An official says drizzle won't affect the light show. - Lauren Zakalik at Reunion Park

4:05p Take DART to Union Station and you can hear the concert as soon as you step off the train! - Shane Allen at Union Station

4p The weather has (somewhat) cleared up; there is drizzle and light crowds for the the Pat Green concert, which started at 3:30. - Lauren Zakalik at Reunion Park

3:48p Rain chances are decreasing in Dallas-Fort Worth through the evening, and you can expect most rain to end by the time Bruce Springsteen begins playing at 7:15 p.m. - WFAAWeather

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