Kraft Group Pays $22K To Foxboro For Late Springsteen Concert

FOXBORO (CBS) — Gillette Stadium won’t be fined for a Bruce Springsteen concert that went 26 minutes past curfew because its management has already paid the town.

Foxboro’s Manager Bill Keegan confirmed Thursday that the Kraft Group paid $22,429 to the town as stipulated by the terms of their license to hold the show.

Springsteen’s concerts have grown notorious for how long they go on. Springsteen’s tour-ending show in Foxboro on September 14 included an epic 32-song set that lasted almost four hours.

The Boss’ longest show was 4 hours and 6 minutes in Helsinki, Finland, in 2012.

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  1. mstarvin says:

    How crazy….money grubbing ungrateful town…..

  2. Marvin starvin for brains says:

    LOL Marvin, ticketmaster charges 25 bucks a ticket, the town fined them 50 cents a ticket for violating the noise ordinance after giving them an extension in the first place.

    The town of Foxboro gets less per ticket from the Patriots than any other town an NFL stadium is in by far,

  3. American says:

    Bruce Springsteen Calls Donald Trump a ‘Moron’

    “The republic is under siege by a moron,” Springsteen says in excerpts from upcoming Rolling Stone feature. “It’s a tragedy for our democracy”.

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