Bruce Springsteen Announces Lots More 2024 Tour Dates

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Bruce Springsteen, Tampa, Fla., Feb. 1, 2023 (Photo: Rob DeMartin; used with permission)

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band have announced 22 additional concerts for their 2024 tour. The summer shows in the U.K., Ireland, and Europe, were revealed on Oct. 31. On Oct. 6, Springsteen revealed the rescheduled dates for the balance of his 2023 North American concerts that were postponed due to the legend’s continued recovery from a peptic ulcer disease. That decision, citing “doctor’s advice” and “an abundance of caution” KO’d more than 20 shows that were supposed to run through December 10. On Sept. 6, Springsteen postponed all of his remaining September concerts while being treated. The band was already scheduled to take a break during October before resuming with another run of concerts in November and December. Those are all pushed back to 2024; see the revised dates below.

In a Sept. 27 post, Springsteen wrote, “Thanks to all my friends and fans for your good wishes, encouragement, and support. I’m on the mend and can’t wait to see you all next year.”

Springsteen’s earlier statement on Sept. 6 noted: “Over here on E Street, we’re heartbroken to have to postpone these shows. First, apologies to our fabulous Philly fans who we missed a few weeks ago. We’ll be back to pick these shows up and then some. Thank you for your understanding and support. We’ve been having a blast at our U.S. shows and we’re looking forward to more great times. We’ll be back soon. Love and God bless all, Bruce.”

Most recently, Springsteen and the E Street Band had done three concerts at Metlife Stadium in E. Rutherford, N.J. The most recent was on Sept. 3. Just days before, he had announced the first 2024 dates of his international tour. They’re actually the two concerts in Philadelphia that were originally planned for August 2023. The pair of shows at Citizens Bank Park were abruptly postponed when the Boss took ill. Those two concerts are scheduled for August 2024, leading to speculation that Springsteen and his band will move the rest of the 2023 postponed shows to then. The tour began on Feb. 1 and continued in U.S. arenas through mid April. A second leg, of European stadium concerts followed, beginning on April 28 and concluding on July 25. A run of U.S. stadiums took place over the summer. After a break, they were scheduled to resume on Nov. 3 with arena concerts in Canada, finishing with shows in the U.S. on December 10. See the itinerary below. The original news of the tour arrived at the stroke of midnight ET on May 24, 2022.

The 2023 dates marked the first live shows for Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band since the conclusion of their 14-month, worldwide The River Tour in February 2017. The River Tour was named 2016’s top global tour by both Billboard and Pollstar.

Related: Our recap of the 2023 tour’s opening concert

The E Street Band’s members are: Roy Bittan – piano, synthesizer; Nils Lofgren – guitar, vocals; Patti Scialfa – guitar, vocals; Garry Tallent – bass guitar; Stevie Van Zandt – guitar, vocals; and Max Weinberg – drums; with Soozie Tyrell – violin, guitar, vocals; Jake Clemons – saxophone; and Charlie Giordano – keyboards.

Bruce Springsteen, Tampa, Fla., Feb. 1, 2023 (Photo: Rob DeMartin; used with permission)

At just after 12N ET on Monday, Springsteen’s social media platforms had teased an announcement for May 24. The 15-second clip showed the most recent E Street Band lineup performing “Born in the USA.”

Since the E Street Band’s last tour ended on Feb. 25, 2017, in New Zealand of all places, Springsteen had two lengthy runs of Springsteen on Broadway, his one-man show of songs and stories. He’s also appeared as a guest at numerous one-off events. Before the current tour, the band’s last U.S. performance was on Sept. 14, 2016, at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.

Watch the E Street Band perform in 2017

He made a surprise appearance during The Killers’ concert at Madison Square Garden on Oct. 1, 2022.

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band 2024 Tour (Tickets are available here and on StubHub)

Mar 19 – Phoenix, AZ – Footprint Center (was Nov 30)
Mar 22 – Las Vegas, NV – T-Mobile Arena (added Dec 8)
Mar 25 – San Diego, CA – Pechanga Arena (was Dec 2)
Mar 28 – San Francisco, CA – Chase Center (was Dec 10)
Mar 31 – San Francisco, CA – Chase Center (was Dec 12)
Apr 04 – Inglewood, CA – Kia Forum (was Dec 4)
Apr 07 – Inglewood, CA – Kia Forum (was Dec 6)
Apr 12 – Uncasville, CT – Mohegan Sun (was Sep 16)
Apr 15 – Albany, NY – MVP Arena (was Sep 19)
Apr 18 – Syracuse, NY – JMA Wireless Dome (was Sep 7)
Apr 21 – Columbus, OH – Nationwide Arena (was Sep 21)
May 05 – Cardiff, Wales – Principality Stadium
May 09 – Belfast, Northern Ireland – Boucher Road
May 12 – Kilkenny, Ireland – Nowlan Park
May 16 – Cork, Ireland – Páirc Uí Chaoimh
May 19 – Dublin, Ireland – Croke Park
May 22 – Sunderland, UK – Stadium of Light
May 25 – Marseille, France – Orange Vélodrome
May 28 – Prague, Czech Republic – Airport Letnany
Jun 01 – Milan, Italy – San Siro Stadium
Jun 03 – Milan, Italy – San Siro Stadium
Jun 12 – Madrid, Spain – Cívitas Metropolitano
Jun 14 – Madrid, Spain – Cívitas Metropolitano
Jun 20 – Barcelona, Spain – Estadi Olímpic
Jun 22 – Barcelona, Spain – Estadi Olímpic
Jun 27 – Nijmegen, Netherlands – Goffertpark
Jul 02 – Werchter, Belgium – Werchter Park
Jul 05 – Hannover, Germany – Heinz von Heiden Arena
Jul 09 – Odense, Denmark – Dyrskuepladsen
Jul 12 – Helsinki, Finland – Olympic Stadium
Jul 15 – Stockholm, Sweden – Friends Arena
Jul 18 – Stockholm, Sweden – Friends Arena
Jul 21 – Bergen, Norway – Dokken
Jul 25 – London, UK – Wembley Stadium
Aug 15 – Pittsburgh, PA – PPG Paints Arena (was Sep 12)
Aug 18 – Pittsburgh, PA – PPG Paints Arena (was Sep 14)
Aug 21 – Philadelphia, PA – Citizens Bank Park (was Aug 16)
Aug 23 – Philadelphia, PA – Citizens Bank Park (was Aug 18)
Sep 07 – Washington, DC – Nationals Park (was Sep 29)
Sep 13 – Baltimore, MD – Oriole Park at Camden Yards (was Sep 9)
Sep 15 – Asbury Park, NJ – Sea Hear Now Festival
Oct 31 – Montreal, QC – Centre Bell (was Nov 20)
Nov 03 – Toronto, ON – Scotiabank Arena (was Nov 14)
Nov 06 – Toronto, ON – Scotiabank Arena (was Nov 16)
Nov 09 – Ottawa, ON – Canadian Tire Centre (was Nov 18)
Nov 13 – Winnipeg, MB – Canada Life Centre (was Nov 10)
Nov 16 – Calgary, AB – Scotiabank Saddledome (was Nov 8)
Nov 19 – Edmonton, AB – Rogers Place (was Nov 6)
Nov 22 – Vancouver, BC – Rogers Arena (was Nov 3)

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  1. Wild Billy
    #1 Wild Billy 1 June, 2022, 09:34

    Still no England on that list (not to mention Scotland & Wales as well) – personally I think Bruce should make it up to us (in England) by doing a few smaller scale gigs in Brighton (maybe the Dome?) come on Bruce, do the right thing…

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  2. georgeC
    #2 georgeC 2 June, 2022, 12:23

    will Bruce and the band play in Las Vegas for the first time since 2002 ? Allegiant Stadium and T-Mobile Arena are waiting, time to end the 20 year boycott.

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  3. Gunk
    #3 Gunk 3 June, 2022, 10:39

    GIVE ME AMERICA DATES

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  4. BeatleStone
    #4 BeatleStone 16 July, 2022, 19:50

    Springsteen was never the future of rock & roll but he is a great artist, performer. He is so overrated by the media along with his fans that it’s pathetic.

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    • Brooksie
      Brooksie 31 August, 2023, 12:36

      You say he is great then overrated. By who, you ? Selling out stadiums & arenas all over the world after a 50 year plus career. The only pathetic one is you with your absurd comment.

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