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Music News - Springsteen at Philly Library; Beyonce Tickets to Philly Kids; Beanie Sigel Knocked Out
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/29/16 8:45 pm | updated: 09/29/16 8:45 pm
Bruce Springsteen was at Philadelphia's Free Library on Benjamin Franklin Parkway today to promote his new autobiography Born to Run. Over a thousand ticketed fans lined up for blocks in the weather for the chance to meet the New Jersey rocker, take a photo, and have their copy signed. It was the chance of a lifetime for the dedicated fans who were probably in the stands at Citizens Bank Park to witness his record setting long shows earlier this month. Although brief, most fans say they'll treasure the moment for a long time.

Beyoncé is scheduled to take the stage at Lincoln Financial Field Thursday night as part of her Formation Tour. Tens of thousands plan to brave the cold and rain to see the R&B star perform. Some tickets are available through ticket brokers at high prices. Today, around 1000 Philadelphia School District kids received free tickets to the show from Beyonce and Live Nation. Tickets were distributed to the 68 high schools in the district and principals decided how to distribute them to deserving seniors. Teachers will chaparone and kids will be bused back and forth to the Linc. Most students were chosen based on good behavior and grades.

Philly hip hop legend Beanie Sigel was knocked out backstage at the Wells Fargo Center in Philly on Saturday during Diddy's Bad Boy Family concert. He was punched by a member of Philly-native Meek Mill's Dreamchasers crew named Teefy Bey. This all stemmed from a beef between Meek Mill and The Game. Teefy Bey said that Sigel broke "code of ethics on the street." Sigel who just collaborated on Mill's Game diss track "Ooouuu" told a Baltimore radio station that he helped write the lyrics.

Beanie Sigel was laid out by Teefy Bey

Sigel still performed at the Bad Boy Family concert

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