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Catherine Downes

The March Madness Festival is on in downtown Dallas' Reunion Park. Sunday’s headliner is Bruce Springsteen – who, for three decades, has pulled fans onstage during “Dancing In The Dark.” Vanessa Quilantan wants to be next. She isn't just planning to hold a sign at the show and cross her fingers -- the Dallas Observer clubs editor has launched a social media campaign to convince The Boss.

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The musical lineup for the 2014 NCAA March Madness Music Festival in Dallas was announced today – and it includes some top-notch groups.

How about Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band? The Killers? Tim McGraw? Jason Aldean?

They’ll be here in April. And they’ll be performing – for free – at what’s called Reunion Park or the site of the former Reunion Arena.