2013-06-30 Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London, England

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Scheduled: ??:?? Local Start Time 19:13 / End Time 22:15

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Bruce returns to finish what he started! 2013's Hard Rock Calling is held in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park rather than Hyde Park in central London. "Prove It All Night" does not include the introduction but features an ending solo by Nils Lofgren. Nebraska songs "Johnny 99" and "Reason To Believe" are played back-to-back by sign request. For the first time of the tour, Bruce plays the same full album, Born In The U.S.A., in sequence for two nights in a row. "Light Of Day" includes "Land Of 1000 Dances". Bruce is joined on stage by his mother Adele and sister Pamela, who plays guitar during "Dancing In The Dark". Zac Brown joins on guitar and backing vocals for "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out". Surprisingly, Bruce skips his planned "Thunder Road" and instead, responding to a tattoo of a fan down front, ends the set with an acoustic version of "My Lucky Day" in its final tour appearance. First ever performance in England of "I'm Goin' Down". Patti Scialfa is not present. A series of acts perform before Bruce's headlining set: The Carnabys, Deaf Havana, the Zac Brown Band, Alabama Shakes, and the Black Crowes.

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