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March Madness Music Festival set to take place despite rain

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A free three-day musical festival in downtown Dallas for the NCAA Final Four is set to close out with a performance by Bruce Springsteen. Despite the rain Saturday, people filled Reunion Park for the free concert.

Gates open for the March Madness Music Festival at 2:00 p.m. Sunday. Rain is expected to fall during Sunday's concerts as well. Entry is permitted on a first come, first served basis.

Meanwhile, the Final Four has set an NCAA basketball attendance record at the billion-dollar home of the Dallas Cowboys. The national semifinals drew 79,444 Saturday night at AT and T Stadium, beating the previous record set when Kentucky beat Michigan State in a regular-season game at Detroit's Ford Field in 2003. Kentucky defeated Wisconsin 74-73 to advance to the national title game.

For the bag policy and other event details at the festival, visit http://www.ncaa.com/marchmadness/musicfest/faq 

 

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