Danny ClinchBruce Springsteen is brushing up on his dirty jokes to tell at the 10th Annual Stand Up for Heroes Benefit at the Theater of Madison Square Garden.

Springsteen will be joined by comedians Jerry Seinfeld, Jon Stewart, Jim Gaffigan and Louis C.K. at the event on November 1.

The annual laugh fest has a serious mission — raising money to support injured service members and their families.

The benefit is present by the Bob Woodruff Foundation. Woodruff is an ABC News journalist, and was critically injured after being hit by a roadside bomb in Iraq. He formed the foundation to ensure post 9/11 injured veterans are taken care of when they return home.

Last year’s benefit raised $6.1 million. Springsteen — who has appeared for the past nine of the last 10 shows — alone raised $740,000 in an auction that featured two autographed guitars and the promise of his mother’s famed lasagna.

Tickets are on sale now through the Bob Woodruff Foundation website and Ticketmaster.com.

Meanwhile, in other Springsteen news, the Boss’ 24-year-old daughter Jessica, who is a competitive equestrian, won the blue ribbon and a $330,000 prize at the annual horse show HITS Saugerties $1 Million Grand Prix, in Upstate New York, on Sunday, HITS announced. It was Jessica’s first-ever Five Star Grand Prix class show jumping win.

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