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Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band have announced a 22-stop European run as part of their overarching 2024 World Tour. News of the added dates arrives after a series of postponements from the artist, who has been experiencing symptoms related to peptic ulcer disease. With health concerns at bay, the group and their namesake will commence the impending jaunt on May 5 at Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales.
After concluding their first stop, the veteran players will take a few days off before resuming their tour on May 9 at Boucher Road in Kilkenny, Ireland. The tour will continue with additional appearances in Ireland, followed by a lone Sunderland, England date on May 22. From there, they will take the stage at Orange Vélodrome in Marseille, France, on May 25.
Springsteen and company will participate in a Prague, Czech Republic stand next before picking up two dates at San Siro Stadium in Milan, Italy, and another pair of shows in Madrid, Spain. Remaining in the aforementioned country, the group will drift over to Barcelona on June 20, just before a tight run of dates through the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Denmark, and Finland.
With much of the early summer behind them, the Springsteen and The E Street Band will participate in two shows at Friends Arena in Stockholm, Sweden, on July 15 and 18. The remaining dates will unfold in Bergen, Norway, on July 21, and the final stop of the tour on July 25 at London’s Wembley Stadium. The newly added tour dates arrive after a successful 2023 European outing, resulting in over 1.6 million tickets sold.
To learn more about Springsteen and The E Street Band’s impending tour, visit their official website.
Bruce Springsteen 2024 European Tour Dates:
May 5 – Cardiff, Wales – Principality Stadium
May 9 – 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, England – Stadium of Light
May 25 – Marseille, France – Orange Vélodrome
May 28 – Prague, Czech Republic – Airport Letnany
June 1 – Milan, Italy – San Siro Stadium
June 3 – Milan, Italy – San Siro Stadium
June 12 – Madrid, Spain – Cívitas Metropolitano
June 14 – Madrid, Spain – Cívitas Metropolitano
June 20 – Barcelona, Spain – Estadi Olímpic
June 27 – Nijmegen, Netherlands – Goffertpark
July 2 – Werchter, Belgium – Werchter Park
July 5 – Hannover, Germany – Heinz von Heiden Arena
July 9 – Odense, Denmark – Dyrskuepladsen
July 12 – Helsinki, Finland – Olympic Stadium
July 15 – Stockholm, Sweden – Friends Arena
July 18 – Stockholm, Sweden – Friends Arena
July 21 – Bergen, Norway – Dokken
July 25 – London, England – Wembley Stadium