Bruce Springsteen Announces World Tour With E Street Band

Bruce Springsteen recently announced on his official Twitter account that he would be on an international tour with E Street Band in 2023.

Besides his solo career, Bruce Springsteen has given importance to his work with E Street Band, which he established as a backup band in 1972. His most recent work with E Street Band was the 2020 album, ‘Letter To You.’ The album was the first release since the group’s 2014 album, ‘High Hopes.’

‘Letter To You’ received many positive reviews and achieved commercial success by gaining high rankings on numerous charts. Because of COVID-19, Springsteen and the band could not support the album by hitting the road; instead, they promoted it via radio channels, music videos, and social media.

As Springsteen mentioned in a previous conversation, because going on a world tour during the pandemic would be a risk for everybody’s health, he did not have the confidence to head it. However, the musician revealed that they were still planning a tour in the future.

Recently, Springsteen delivered the good news that would delight his fans with a post he shared on his Twitter. The musician announced that he would be on a world tour with E Street Band in 2023. They’ll hit the road on April 28, 2023, in Barcelona, Spain, and end in Monza, Italy, on July 25, 2023. Springsteen directed the audience to his official website to have more information about the tickets and expressed his excitement about the upcoming tour.

‘The Boss’ wrote in his words:

“After six years, I’m looking forward to seeing our great and loyal fans next year. 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.”

The tour dates follow:

“April 28 – Barcelona, Spain
May 5 – Dublin, Ireland
May 7 – Dublin, Ireland
May 13 – Paris, France
May 18 – Ferrara, Italy
May 21 – Rome, Italy
May 25 – Amsterdam, The Netherlands
June 11 – Landgraaf, The Netherlands
June 13 – Zurich, Switzerland
June 21 – Düsseldorf, Germany
June 24 – Gothenburg, Sweden
June 26 – Gothenburg, Sweden
June 30 – Oslo, Norway
July 11 – Copenhagen, Denmark
July 13 – Copenhagen, Denmark
July 15 – Hamburg, Germany
July 18 – Vienna, Austria
July 23 – Munich, Germany
July 25 – Monza, Italy”

You can see the tweet below.