The No Surrender Festival released, today, a video of 1,240 people performing Bruce Springsteen’s “Glory Days” together this summer. You can watch it below.
The festival took place on June 28-29 and was attended by more than 5,000 people, according to a report on vilaweb.cat.
In 2017, 1,004 people performed The Boss’ “No Surrender” together at the festival, which takes place in Vilanova de Bellpuig, Spain. Last year, at the second annual edition of the fest, 1,083 sang and played a different Springsteen anthem, “Badlands.”
You can watch videos shot at the 2017 and 2018 festivals as well, below.
This year, trombonists and trumpeters (in addition to singers, guitarists, bassists, drummer, keyboardists and saxophonists) were welcomed for “Glory Days.”
Springsteen released “Glory Days” 35 years ago, on his Born in the USA. album It was released as a single the next year and became a Top 5 hit.
For information on the festival, visit the No Surrender Festival Facebook page.
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