On Friday, Dropkick Murphy’s did a live digital concert for charity, featuring Bruce Springsteen.

Proceeds from the livestream are going to the Boston Resiliency Fund, Habitat For Humanity, and Feeding America. Their St.Patrick’s Day show had 13 million viewers and raised over $60,000. This time, their stream has raised over $100,000 and is at 531,383 views.

This was the very first time a band has played in Fenway Park, or in any completely empty sports stadium. Dropkick Murphys did a huge set of 28 songs, and Bruce Springsteen joined virtually on the JumboTron for a couple of songs at the end; “Rose Tattoo” by Dropkick Murphys, as well as “American Land” by Bruce Springsteen.

Watch the full show below!


“The Boys Are Back”, “The State of Massachusetts”, “Captain Kelly’s Kitchen”, “Smash Shit Up”, “Sunshine Highway”, “The Bonny” (by Gerry Cinnamon), “Sandlot”, “Tessie”, “Jimmy Collins’ Wake”, “The Fighting 69th”, “The Walking Dead”, ” 4-15-13″, “Rebels with a Cause”, “Prisoner’s Song”, “The Warrior’s Code”, “The Auld Triangle”, “You Can’t Put Your Arms Around a Memory” (by Johnny Thunders), “Mick Jones Nicked My Pudding”, “Queen of Suffolk County”, “Johnny, I Hardly Knew Ya”, “Amazing Grace”, “(F)lannigan’s Ball, Out of Our Heads”, “Dirty Water” (by The Standells), “Rose Tattoo”, “American Land” (by Bruce Springsteen), “I’m Shipping Up to Boston”, and “Until the Next Time”.

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