1973-10-13 Kennedy Center Concert Hall, Washington, DC

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Scheduled: ??:?? Local Start Time Cancelled / End Time Cancelled

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Cancelled Springsteen concert, never rescheduled. Originally planned as one show, in the 500-seat Concert Hall, with Springsteen and band the sole act on the bill. This Columbia Records-organized affair was promoted in the Washington Post a week prior to the event, advertised as a 'Special National Preview Performance' of the forthcoming The Wild, The Innocent & The E Street Shuffle album, which was still three weeks (November 5) away from public release. The show was cancelled on the very day of the event, with a notice being placed in the Washington Post informing people of ticket refund details. The notice doesn't state why the show was cancelled. Tour Sound Manager Albee Tellone confirmed this show's cancellation.

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