On November 8th, Bruce Springsteen will once again headline the annual “Stand Up For Heroes” benefit taking place this year at Manhattan’s at Alice Tully Hall at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
Deadline.com reported in addition to Springsteen and Jon Stewart, who appears every year, this year’s comedy event will also feature Jim Gaffigan, Nate Bargatze, Grace Gaustad, Nikki Glaser, Sing Harlem, and Donnell Rawlings, with more performers still to be announced.
The event kicks off the annual New York Comedy Festival, and is but one of over 100 performances held across New York City between November 8th and 14th.
Bruce Springsteen has long been a supporter of the U.S.-based “Stand Up For Heroes” benefit, serving the Bob Woodruff Foundation, which provides aid to those who have sustained the “hidden injuries of war,” and has raised over $60 million and helped over one million veterans, service members, and their families since it began.
- All attendees at the “Stand Up For Heroes” benefit must be vaccinated and wear masks in accordance with state and venue guidelines.
- Proof of vaccination must be provided on site.
- On November 19th, Bruce Springsteen will release The Legendary 1979 No Nukes Concerts in HD on physical formats, including on two CDs with DVD, two CDs with Blu-Ray, and double-LP formats.
- The film will be available globally in HD for digital download on November 16th and digital rental on November 23rd.
CHECK IT OUT: Bruce Springsteen on November 4th, 2019 performing “Dancing In The Dark / Land Of Hope And Dreams” in NYC at the 13th annual Stand Up for Heroes benefit: