Bruce Springsteen will be once again headlining the Stand Up for Heroes benefit, which supports the Bob Woodruff Foundation benefiting military veterans and their families.
Per Rolling Stone, the event will be taking place November 8 at Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center in New York City. In addition to Springsteen, the show’s lineup will also include Jon Stewart, Jim Gaffigan, Nate Bargatze, Grace Gaustad, Nikki Glaser, Sing Harlem, and Donnell Rawlings.
The Stand Up for Heroes benefit has taken place annually for well over a decade. Last year's event, which was hosted by Stewart as in year’s past, had to take on a different form due to the coronavirus pandemic and actually took place at the barn on Springsteen’s property in New Jersey.
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