London Authorities Shut Off Springsteen, McCartney Mics

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London Authorities Shut Off Springsteen, McCartney Mics

At a Bruce Springsteen concert in London’s Hyde Park on Saturday, local authorities shut off the power on stage to comply with a 10:30 p.m. curfew, cutting short the show’s finale, in which Paul McCartney performed alongside the Boss. What do you think?

  • “Fact: British people hate the Beatles.”

    Sarah Harmeyer
    Cooking Instructor
  • “I’m so glad I live in a city where no one polices the park at night.”

    Sean Diez
    Aeronautics Engineer
  • “Pshaw! A true rock ’n’ roller’s curfew runs until 11 p.m.”

    Jaewoo Kang
    Systems Analyst