The long-awaited North American tour of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band is set to begin on February 1, 2023 in Tampa, Florida, the band announced today. The two-and-a-half-month tour will open with 31 shows in the United States, culminating in the Homestate Finals on April 14 in Newark, New Jersey, before the group travels to Europe for previously announced overseas dates. In July.
This is the band’s first trip since concluding a 14-month worldwide “River Tour” in Australia in 2017 and Springsteen’s first tour in the US since 2016. See the full itinerary below.
It is questionable whether all these 31 dates are set by Springsteen for the United States in 2023. While the tour touches at least most areas of the country, no date has been announced for next winter and spring for Los Angeles or other parts of the Southwest, nor has there been any for Canada so far, so some sort of return to the North. After the European show, there is a possibility for America.
All dates announced are one-night arena stands, except for the two nights booked as the final point of April 9 and 11 for the UBS Arena in Belmont Park, NY. The New York / New Jersey area is good. – Representing Madison Square Garden April 1 and Brooklyn’s Barclays Center April 3 with additional dates, until the last night of April 14 at the Prudential Center in New Jersey.
Tickets for the US show go on sale later this month, with sales dates from July 20 to July 29.
A press release issued Tuesday said the tour will use Ticketmaster’s Certified Fan platform, with potential ticket buyers able to register for that certification program by July 17, allowing eligibility – but not a guarantee – to receive a unique access code. Certified fan sales. Certified Fan Onsell will be available between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. local time, with sales starting at the end of July. The general sale for all those not listed on the program starts at 3 pm local time on the same day. (There will be no certified fan presale for non-ticketmaster shows at the Toyota Center in Houston, the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, or the Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse in Cleveland; all four tickets to those four concerts will go on sale.
2023 European dates have already surpassed one million tickets sold on the initial route, adding more events to the continent in anticipation of the band returning to the streets next year. Popular demand has seen the Springsteen and E Street Bands add second stadium dates to Barcelona (April 28 and 30), Paris (May 13 and 15), Amsterdam (May 25 and 27) and Oslo (June 30 and July 2). The shows are scheduled for Dublin (May 5, 7, 9) and Gothenburg (June 24, 26, 28). With the milestone in ticket sales, a new tour stop has also been added on July 21 in Hockenheim, Germany. Dates will be announced after the show in the UK and Belgium.
The last live appearance by the band was in December 2020 on “Saturday Night Live” in support of the album “Letter to You”.
Springsteen said: “Six years later, I’m looking forward to seeing our great and loyal fans next year. And I’m looking forward to sharing the stage with the legendary E Street Band once again. Next year – and then we’ll meet there.”
In May, Springsteen called SiriusXM’s E Street Radio to talk about what fans can expect.
“It doesn’t feel very long,” he told host Jim Rotolo after the band’s last visit. “We were busy at the time but still got Jones to play very badly live at this point, so I’m looking forward to getting out there in front of our fans.”
Rehearsals will begin in January, and that full tour will spread to Australia and New Zealand after August US stadium dates and “come back again,” he teased.
“It’s been a long time and I’ve been hurting just to play – not just to play but to travel and see our fans in all our different cities and to feel that life again, to see their faces again,” he said. “We plan an old school tour where we’ll be out there for a long time and give everyone a chance to see us if they want. We’re going to rehearse in January – I’ve already written the set lists, just to do something,” he added. There will be a significant amount of recent content on the setlist, and then we’ll play a lot of music. Fans who are familiar and love to listen. There should be balance – feel contemporary and at home at the same time.
In 2021, 72-year-old Springsteen released the group’s film “The Legendary 1979 No Nukes Concert,” which collaborated with President Barack Obama on the book “Renegades: Born in the USA” and revived his “Springsteen on Broadway” program to help reopen New York. : Promoted. Theaters in the city last summer. This spring and summer alone, he made three live appearances: two separate occasions at MetLife Stadium with Paul McCartney (June 16) and Coldplay (June 5) in New Jersey, and again with McCartney at the Glastonbury Festival in London.
The members of E Street Band are Roy Bittan (piano, synthesizer). Nils Lofgren (guitar, vocals); Patti Scialfa (guitar, vocals); Gary Talent (bass guitar); Stevie Van Zandt (guitar, vocals); Max Weinberg (drums); With Soozie Tyrell (violin, guitar, vocals); Jake Clemens (saxophone); And Charlie Giordano (keyboard).
Newly announced US dates:
|DATE||CITY||Location||Unsell date and ticket link||Unsell time|
|February 1||Tampa, FL||Amali Arena||Wednesday, July 20||10AM ET|
|February 3||Atlanta, GA||State Farm Arena||Wednesday, August 27||10AM ET|
|February 5||Orlando, FL||Amway Center||Wednesday, July 20||10AM ET|
|February 7||Hollywood, FL||Hard Rock Live||Wednesday, July 20||10AM ET|
|February 10||Dallas, TX||American Airlines Center||Friday, July 22nd||10AM CT|
|February 14||Houston, TX||Toyota Center *||Friday, July 22nd||10AM CT|
|February 16||Austin, TX||Moody Center||Friday, July 22nd||10AM CT|
|February 18||Kansas City, MO||T-Mobile Center||Wednesday, August 27||10AM CT|
|February 21||Tulsa, OK||BOK Center||Wednesday, July 20||10AM CT|
|February 25||Portland, or||Moda center||Friday, July 22nd||10AM PT|
|February 27||Seattle, WA||Climate Promise Arena||Wednesday, August 27||10AM PT|
|March 2||Denver, CO||Ball Arena||Wednesday, July 20||10AM MT|
|March 5||St. Paul, MN||Excel Power Center||Thursday, July 21||10AM CT|
|March 7||Milwaukee, WI||Fiserv Forum||Wednesday, August 27||10AM CT|
|March 9||Columbus, OH||Nationwide arena||Wednesday, August 27||10AM ET|
|March 12||Uncasville, CT||Listen to Mohagan||Friday, July 22nd||10AM ET|
|March 14||Albany, NY||MVP Arena||Friday, July 22nd||10AM ET|
|March 16||Philadelphia, PA||Wells Fargo Center *||Tuesday, July 26||10AM ET|
|March 18||State College, PA||Bryce Jordan Center||Tuesday, July 26||10AM ET|
|March 20||Boston, MA||TD Garden||Wednesday, July 20||10AM ET|
|March 23||Buffalo, NY||KeyBank Center||Wednesday, August 27||10AM ET|
|March 25||Greensboro, NC||Greensboro Coliseum||Friday, July 22nd||10AM ET|
|March 27||Washington DC||Capitol One Arena||Tuesday, July 26||10AM ET|
|March 29||Detroit, MI||Little Caesar Arena||Wednesday, August 27||10AM ET|
|April 1||New York, NY||Madison Square Garden||Friday, July 29||10AM ET|
|April 3||Brooklyn, NY||Barclays Center *||Friday, July 29||10AM ET|
|April 5||Cleveland, OH||Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse *||Wednesday, August 27||10AM ET|
|April 7||Baltimore, MD||Baltimore Arena||Tuesday, July 26||10AM ET|
|April 9||Belmont Park, NY||UBS Arena||Friday, July 29||10AM ET|
|April 11||Belmont Park, NY||UBS Arena||Friday, July 29||10AM ET|
|April 14||Newark, NJ||Prudential Center||Friday, July 29||10AM ET|
The on-sale times listed above are for participants in Ticketmaster’s Certified Fan program, five hours before the usual on-sale, except for shows with star signs, where tickets go on sale to all buyers at once.
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