Two hours and twenty minutes of pure energy in a DatchForum packed and enthusiastic, confirming Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band as one of the best live acts in the world. Emphasis on music: sober set design, no make-up and no deception, because here the notes are enough to make the evening magica.
It starts with Bruce's latest single, Radio Nowherewhich gives great energy to the beginning. It starts with an alternation of historical songs and others from the latest album. It ranges from the discography of the early days to that of the 80s and 90s (see setlist at the end of the article). Little Steven is always on the shield, simply with his playing and 'being on stage'. The feeling between the Boss and the other members of the E Street Band is palpable: great understanding with Clarence Clemons (saxophone and percussion), a great performer with pathos and charisma not for everyone.
Thrilling performances Long walk Home, Badlands while, in the final, Dancin' in the dark e Born to Run are greeted by genuine roars.
It closes on the folk-rock notes of American Landwith text projected on the screens, not a random choice, given the intensity of the words and speeches (also timely and sober, never rally-like) on the American and world social situation.

Photos by Stefano Masselli
More photos of the concert available in the IMAGES section dedicated to the artist.

Milan Set List:
Radio Nowhere
Ties That Blind
Lonesome Day
Gypsy Biker
A reason to believe
She's the One
Living in the Future
Promised Land
Work for Love
E Street Shuffle
Devils Arcade
The Rising
Last to Die
Long Walk Home

Girls in their summer clothes
Tenth Avenue Freeze Out
Thudedr Road
Born to Run
Dancin' in the Dark
American Land