Before Bruce Springsteen even walked onstage for the opening show of his three-night stand at New Jersey's MetLife Stadium on August 23rd, it was clear these concerts were going to be special. Right as the lights went down, an eight-piece string section sat down behind Roy Bittan's piano. The hardcore fans that had paid attention to European set lists (or heard soundcheck) knew this meant the show was going to open with the the 1973 epic "New York City Serenade," a super rarity that had only been played three times in America in the 2000s. That was just the beginning of not only three of the most memorable Springsteen concerts in recent memory, but the three longest shows he's ever played in America. Opening night clocked in at three hours and 52 minutes and they only got longer from there, culminating with only the second four-hour show of his entire career. Here are 10 of the best moments.