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Bruce Springsteen photo credit: Danny Clinch // courtesy of Shore Fire Media
Bruce Springsteen photo credit: Danny Clinch // courtesy of Shore Fire Media

Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band begin 2024 world tour this month

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Fri, Mar 8th 2024 01:45 pm

New career-spanning ‘Best Of Bruce Springsteen Collection’ arrives April 19 from Sony Music

Press Release

Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band return to the road March 19, building on a triumphant 2023 hailed as "a masterclass in the uplifting power of rock-and-roll" (Washington Post). Kicking off in Phoenix, the 2024 world tour will find Springsteen and The E Street Band delivering their "ecstatic and emotional" (Rolling Stone) live performances in 17 countries, taking place through late November. The number of 2024 dates expanded to 52 – with the addition of a hometown Asbury Park headlining show at the Sea.Hear.Now Festival on Sept. 15. 

This extensive international tour arrives on the heels of Springsteen performing at the 2024 MusiCares Person Of The Year ceremony, the 17th annual Stand Up For Heroes benefit, and at the New Jersey Hall of Fame induction honoring Patti Scialfa. Springsteen has also made appearances at the 81st Golden Globe Awards (where he was nominated for Best Original Song for “Addicted To Romance”), as well as alongside Darlene Love to present her with a Platinum record for “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home),” and multiple events at the Bruce Springsteen Archives & Center for American Music on the campus of Monmouth University.

After being diagnosed with a peptic ulcer last year, Springsteen announced he was symptom-free on the Nov. 20 episode of his “E Street Radio” show “From My Home To Yours.”

The recently announced “Best Of Bruce Springsteen” collection will also arrive this spring, a career-spanning celebration of Springsteen's original music out April 19 – bringing together his early-career favorites, live staples, best-selling breakouts and recent releases for the first time.

Arriving via Sony Music, “Best Of Bruce Springsteen” captures a 50-year body of work that has earned him honors and accolades including 20 Grammy Awards, an Academy Award, two Golden Globes, a special Tony Award, the Presidential Medal Of Freedom, a Kennedy Center Honor, and induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Songwriters Hall of Fame. It has also made Springsteen one of the world's most in-demand artists – topping 140 million records sold across the globe, more than 70 million in the U.S. alone, and becoming the first artist in history with a top 5 album in six consecutive decades.

Beginning March 19, the opening leg of Springsteen and The E Street Band's 2024 tour will include 10 U.S. performances that were rescheduled from 2023, and a newly added Las Vegas stop at T-Mobile Arena. The band's remaining rescheduled North America dates will take place from Aug. 15 through Nov. 22 following a return to Europe for 26 more shows this summer.

The European tour will follow up a successful trip to the continent last year, which sold over 1.6 million tickets and earned widespread praise as some of the best shows of the band’s career, with Billboard deeming it “the greatest show on earth.”

Across the entire year, and despite the postponed North American dates, Springsteen and The E Street Band’s international run finished as the No. 3 tour of 2023 per Pollstar, behind only Taylor Swift and Beyonce.

Local-ish shows include:

  • April 15 – Albany @ MVP Arena
  • April 18 – Syracuse @ JMA Wireless Dome 
  • Aug. 15 – Pittsburgh @ PPG Paints Arena 
  • Aug. 18 – Pittsburgh @ PPG Paints Arena 
  • Nov. 3 – Toronto @ Scotiabank Arena 
  • Nov. 6 – Toronto @ Scotiabank Arena 

For tickets and more information, visit https://brucespringsteen.net/tour/.

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