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Bruce Sprinsgteen & The E Street Band Announce 25-Date US Fall Tour

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Bruce Sprinsgteen & The E Street Band have announced fall US tour dates, likely the last dates of his tour in support of Working On A Dream, the album he released in January.  The tour for Working On A Dream began with a performance at halftime of the Super Bowl in February.  Since then, he's played all over the U.S. including a set at Bonnaroo and also headlined the UK's Glastonbury festival.

These dates will take the band all over the east and Midwest, skipping over the west coast.  The band will play a five-night set at Giants Stadium, the last time they'll play a venue they've practically owned.  There will also be two-night runs in Boston (Mansfield) and Philadelphia.  Elsewhere on the tour, they'll hit Nashville, Tampa, St. Louis, Kansas City, Cleveland, Detroit, and Milwaukee.

Tickets for Mansfield, Saratoga Springs, and Giants Stadium are already on sale.  One of the Giants Stadium shows is already completely sold out.  Other ticket on-sale dates begin Friday, July 24 and progress from there.  An on-sale date for the doubles shot at Madison Square Gardens has not been announced.

Let's just go ahead and get the obvious out of the way: Bruce Springsteen is in love with my wife.  He played Nashville the day before our anniversary last year.  This year, he's playing Nashville on her birthday.  It's a sign, my brothers and sisters, a sign.  He wants me at that show.  He needs me at that show.  This will be my third show of the tour.  I hoped I'd get a third shot but didn't expect it and didn't expect it to be this easy.  Nashville?  We're there.  Happy birthday, baby!  We're going to see The Boss.

August 19       Hartford, CT           Comcast Theater (On sale now)

August 22       Mansfield, MA          Comcast Center (On sale now)

August 23       Mansfield, MA          Comcast Center (On sale now)

August 25       Saratoga Springs, NY   Saratoga Performing Arts Center (On sale now)

September 10    Nashville, TN          Sommett Center (On sale July 25)

September 12    Tampa, FL              Ford Amphitheatre (On sale July 24)

September 13    Ft. Lauderdale, FL     Bank Atlantic Center (On sale July 24)

September 16    Greenville, SC         Bi-Lo Center (On sale July 31)

September 20    Chicago, IL            United Center (On sale August 1)

September 30    East Rutherford, NJ    Giants Stadium (Sold out)

October 2       East Rutherford, NJ    Giants Stadium (Sold out)

October 3       East Rutherford, NJ    Giants Stadium (Sold out)

October 8       East Rutherford, NJ    Giants Stadium (On sale now)

October 9       East Rutherford, NJ    Giants Stadium (Sold out)

October 13      Philadelphia, PA       Spectrum (On sale July 27)

October 14      Philadelphia, PA       Spectrum (On sale July 27)

October 25      St. Louis, MO          Scottrade Center (On sale August 8)

October 26      Kansas City, MO        Sprint Center (On sale August 8)

November 2      Washington, D.C.       Verizon Center (On sale TBA)

November 3      Charlotte, NC          Time Warner Cable Arena (On sale August 28)

November 7      New York, NY           Madison Square Garden (On sale TBA)

November 8      New York, NY           Madison Square Garden (On sale TBA)

November 10     Cleveland, OH          Quicken Loans Arena (On sale August 22)

November 13     Auburn Hills, MI       Palace At Auburn Hills (On sale August 22)

November 15     Milwaukee, WI          Bradley Center (On sale August 1)

 

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  • http://theglenblog.blogspot.com Glen Boyd

    And nothing in the northwest. Double damn!

  • http://www.maskedmoviesnobs.com El Bicho

    Poor fanbase in Northwest.

  • http://blogcritics.org/music Josh Hathaway

    Thought of that after doing my happy dance about Nashville, Glen. That’s some rotten luck.