Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band World Tour 2023: when and how to buy tickets?

LEGENDARY rock star Bruce Springsteen is one of the best-selling music artists in the world.

To present his countless rock hits to his dedicated fans, Bruce will be accompanying his The E Street Band on their upcoming tour.

Bruce Springsteen’s hits include “Dancing in the Dark”, “Hungry Heart” and “Born in the USA”.

If you click on a link in this story, we may earn affiliate income.

How can I buy tickets for the Bruce Springsteen World Tour with The E Street Band?

On May 23, 2022, Bruce Springsteen announced his plans to hit the road with The E Street Band.

In a press release via his official websitehe stated, “After six years, I look forward to meeting our wonderful and dedicated fans next year.”

“And I’m looking forward to sharing the stage with the legendary E Street Band again. See you there, next year and beyond.”

The tour is due to kick off sometime in February 2023 and will take to stadiums across Europe, the US and the rest of North America.

Find out more at The US Sun

KB COMP Bruce Springsteen 1


Bruce Springsteen Net Worth Revealed



Bruce Springsteen was ‘glassy-eyed and smelled of alcohol’ before DWI

While dates for Italy, Denmark, Ireland and other European countries have been announced, North American concert stops are expected to be announced at a later date.

This will be their first series of concerts since they hit the road in 2016 as part of The River Tour.

The river tour earned the rock band a nomination for Best Touring Artist at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards.

Bruce and E Street’s latest album release is Letter To You, released in October 2020.

For a full view of the dates that have been revealed so far, check Bruce’s website or Ticketmaster.

Who are the members of the E Street Band?

The E Street Band was formed in October 1972 with members Clarence Clemons, Harry Tallent, Danny Federici, Vinny Lopez and David Sansius.

Since the band’s formation, they have become known for supporting Bruce Springsteen.

Shortly after they got together, they toured for the first time with Bruce for his “Cheer from Ashbury Park, New Jersey” series of concerts that same year.

AP: Associated Press

The E Street Band’s relationship with Bruce Springsteen dates back to the early 1970s.[/caption]

The E Street Band takes its name from a street in Belmar, New Jersey.

Clarence Clemons was the band’s principal saxophonist until his death on June 18, 2011.

After his death, Clarence’s nephew Jake Clemons took over his former position as lead saxophonist for Bruce and E Street and still holds that title.

Other current band members:

  • Roy Bittan
  • Niels Lofgren
  • Patty Scialfa
  • Harry Tallent
  • Stevie Van Zandt
  • Max Weinberg
  • Susie Tyrell
  • Charlie Giordano

We pay for your stories!

Do you have a story for the US Sun team?

Write to us atexclusive@the-sun.comor call by phone212 416 4552. Like us on follow us from our main Twitter account at@TheSunUS

Leave a Comment

%d bloggers like this: