Bruce Springsteen, revered globally as a rock icon, is primed to make a triumphant return to the stage. This exciting revelation comes after his announcement in late September, where he communicated the need to reschedule the latter part of his 2023 tour due to ongoing treatment for peptic ulcer disease.
Fans of "The Boss" can now look forward to an electrifying series of concerts next year, as Springsteen and the E Street Band roll out their revised tour itinerary. Set to reignite their performances in the Spring of 2024, the band has scheduled shows for March and April, followed by additional dates in August and September.
This announcement primarily covers the U.S. leg of the tour, but Canadian fans can anticipate details of their shows in the near future. Many will recall the spellbinding concert of Springsteen and The E Street Band at the Moody Center, Austin, Texas on February 16, 2023.
However, that year saw the legendary musician facing some health challenges, leading to the cancellation of multiple shows in March and then again in September. Upon the decision to postpone the rest of the 2023 tour, Springsteen sincerely expressed, "I'll continue treatment through the end of the year upon my physician's guidance.
A heartfelt thanks to my friends, followers, and the entire fanbase for the overwhelming wishes and support. The recovery journey is ongoing, and I'm eager to reconnect with each of you in 2024."
2023 Tickets Honored for Rescheduled Dates
For those who had previously purchased tickets for the 2023 dates, there's good news: your tickets will remain valid for the rescheduled shows.
Here's a glimpse into the rescheduled concerts announced on October 6:
- March 19 - Phoenix at Footprint Center
- March 25 - San Diego at Pechanga Arena
- March 28 - San Francisco at Chase Center
- March 31 - San Francisco at Chase Center
- April 4 - Inglewood, Calif.
at Kia Forum
- April 7 - Inglewood, Calif. at Kia Forum
- April 12 - Uncasville, Conn. at Mohegan Sun Arena
- April 15 - Albany, N.Y. at MVP Arena
- April 18 - Syracuse, N.Y. at JMA Wireless Dome
- April 21 - Columbus, OH at Nationwide Arena
15 - Pittsburgh at PPG Paints Arena
- Aug. 18 - Pittsburgh at PPG Paints Arena
- Aug. 21 - Philadelphia at Citizens Bank Park
- Aug. 23 - Philadelphia at Citizens Bank Park
- Sept. 7 - Washington, D.C. at Nationals Park
- Sept. 13 - Baltimore at Oriole Park at Camden Yards