Bruce Springsteen Tickets for the Bruce Springsteen & E Street Band Live Tour 2024!
The Boss will be back on tour in Europe and the UK in 2024! Bruce Springsteen has just announced that he will be playing concerts on the European continent again next year together with his E Street Band. 21 more dates are planned between May and July.
The dates for the Bruce Springsteen concerts in 2024:
05 May 2024 Cardiff, Principality Stadium
09 May 2024 Belfast, Boucher Playing Fields
12 May 2024 Kilkenny, UPMC Nowlan Park
16 May 2024 Cork, Páirc Uí Chaoimh
19 May 2024 Dublin, Croke Park
22 May 2024 Sunderland, Stadium of Light
25 May 2024 Marseille, Orange Vélodrome
28 May 2024 Prague, Letnany Airport
01 June 2024 Milan, San Siro
03 June 2024 Milan, San Siro
12 June 2024 Madrid, Estadio Cívitas Metropolitano
14 June 2024 Madrid, Estadio Cívitas Metropolitano
20 June 2024 Barcelona, Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys
27 June 2024 Nijmegen, Goffertpark
02 July 2024 Werchter, Festivalpark
05 July 2024 Hanover, Heinz-von-Heiden-Arena
09 July 2024 Odense, Dyrskuepladsen
12 July 2024 Helsinki, Olympic Stadium
15 July 2024 Stockholm, Tele 2 Arena
18 July 2024 Stockholm, Tele 2 Arena
21 July 2024 Bergen, Alvøen Hovedbygning
25 July 2024 London, Wembley Stadium
In 2020, the singer released "Only the Strong Survive", his 21st studio album. Bruce Springsteen will certainly present the current tracks on his upcoming tour. But classics such as "Dancing in the Dark", "Born in the USA", "The River", "Streets of Philadelphia" or "Darkness on the Edge of Town" will not be missing from the 2024 concerts.
In his more than forty-year music career, Bruce Springsteen has sold over 120 million records worldwide. The singer, born in 1949 in New Jersey, has already received an Oscar and a Tony Award as well as an incredible twenty Grammys. When Bruce Springsteen received a recording contract in his early 20s, he spontaneously put together a band from friends and acquaintances. The group known as the "E Street Band" has been active since 1974, but the constellation of members has varied constantly over the years. In the 1970s, Bruce Springsteen was nicknamed "The Boss" by his bandmates because he always paid them out in cash after a gig - the rock musician still bears this title today.
If Bruce Springsteen was already a local personality, he advanced to become a celebrated star in the States with his third album "Born To Run" and tracks like "Thunder Road" and "Jungleland". Bruce Springsteen then entered the rock Olympus with his 1984 record "Born in the USA", which included the hit of the same name as well as other classics such as "Dancing In The Dark" and "Cover me"