October 21, 2014
DALLAS (AP) - The Boss will close out three days of performances in Dallas that will keep NCAA Final Four fans rocking.
Andrew Dost of the pop-rock group Fun says he's excited to be part of the energy. His band will take the stage Sunday before Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band on Sunday,
Others performing during the free three-day NCAA March Madness Music Festival at Reunion Park in downtown Dallas include Jason Aldean, Tim McGraw and The Killers.
The park is on the site of the now-demolished Reunion Arena, which hosted the Final Four in 1986. This year's Final Four will be held at the massive stadium in nearby Arlington where the Jerry Jones' Dallas Cowboys play.
Saturday, Connecticut will take on Florida at 3:09 followed by Wisconsin and Kentucky
The championship will take place Monday
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