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Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band are hitting the road for their first tour in six years

The band has announced a string of European tour dates

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Bruce Springsteen
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The Boss is back, as Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band announce their first tour dates in six years. Kicking off in 2023, the group has shared their slates of European tour dates, starting in Barcelona, Spain. The tour will take them through Dublin, Paris, Ferrara, Rome, Amsterdam, Landgraaf, Zurich, Düsseldorf, Gothenburg, Oslo, Copenhagen, Hamburg, Vienna, Munich, and Monza.

“After six years, I’m looking forward to seeing our great and loyal fans next year,” Springsteen says in a statement. “And I’m looking forward to once again sharing the stage with the legendary E Street Band. See you out there, next year—and beyond.”


Two legs throughout the U.S. will soon be announced, with the first kicking off prior to the European dates. The last time Springsteen & The E Street Band were on the road was for the 14-month The River tour in 2017. Since then, Springsteen’s released two albums—Western Stars and Letter To You—which both received accompanying films. He’s also helmed a Broadway show, hosted a podcast with Barack Obama, and earned a Lifetime Achievement Tony Award.

The band (comprised of Stevie Van Zandt, Max Weinberg, Patti Sciafla, Roy Bittan, Gary Tallent, Nils Lofgren, and more) was last back together in 2020 for a Saturday Night Live performance, where they played offerings from Letter To You.


Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band European tour dates:

04-28 Barcelona, Spain - Estadi Olímpic
05-05 Dublin, Ireland - RDS Arena
05-07 Dublin, Ireland - RDS Arena
05-13 Paris, France - La Défense Arena
05-18 Ferrara, Italy - Parco Urbano G. Bassani
05-21 Rome, Italy - Circo Massimo
05-25 Amsterdam, Netherlands - Johan Cruijff Arena
06-11 Landgraaf, Netherlands - Megaland
06-13 Zurich, Switzerland - Stadion Letzigrund
06-21 Düsseldorf, Germany - Merkur Spiel Arena
06-24 Gothenburg, Sweden - Ullevi
06-26 Gothenburg, Sweden - Ullevi
06-30 Oslo, Norway - Voldsløkka
07-11 Copenhagen, Denmark - Parken
07-13 Copenhagen, Denmark - Parken
07-15 Hamburg, Germany - Volksparkstadion
07-18 Vienna, Austria - Ernst Happel Stadion
07-23 Munich, Germany - Olympiastadion
07-25 Monza, Italy - Prato della Gerascia, Autodromo di Monza