Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band are on the road again, thanks to their faith. Springsteen and E Street will kick out a worldwide tour in February 2023 with a run of to-be-announced U.S. arena gigs, followed by European stadium shows starting April 28 in Barcelona.
A second North American leg of the tour will begin in August 2023. Barcelona, Dublin, Paris, Ferrara, Rome, Amsterdam, Landgraaf, Zurich, Düsseldorf, Gothenburg, Oslo, Copenhagen, Hamburg, Vienna, Munich, and Monza are among the European stadium performances scheduled. The additional UK and Belgian towns and concerts will be revealed later.
I’m visiting with my old friends.
“I’m looking forward to seeing our fantastic and devoted fans next year after six years,” Springsteen stated in a statement. “I’m also looking forward to sharing the stage with the iconic E Street Band once again.” “I’ll see you next year — and beyond.”
Danny Clinch photographed Springsteen and his blue Camaro SS convertible outside the Carousel building on the beachfront in Asbury Park in August of 2020 for the tour’s promotional picture. It’s just a few feet from the location where the photo for the 1980 single “Hungry Heart” was shot.
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; plus Soozie Tyrell, violin, guitar, vocals; Jake Clemons, saxophone; and Charlie Giordano, keyboards. On May 23, the band published a teaser clip on their social media platforms.
Itching to return to the road
In December, Max Weinberg declared from the Vogel stage at the Count Basie Center for the Arts in Red Bank, “I am aching, yearning to go back on tour with the E Street Band.” “And if I feel like that, I’m quite sure all of my coworkers do, too.”
Paul McCartney, Pearl Jam, and Halsey, among others, have either been touring or have announced intentions to do so. Springsteen and the E Street Band have been wary about returning to the road.
In September 2020, Springsteen told Rolling Stone’s Brian Hiatt, “As far as my personal plans, you know, I guess you’re anxious about ever performing again.” “So that weighs a little on your mind because, well, it was enjoyable.” Some of the uncertainty brought on by the virus is something that everyone has to deal with.”
The Safety of His Supporters.
Springsteen told USA Today Network NJ, “I’m accountable for the safety of my audience.”
Starts in February in the United States.
The tour will go up in February at venues throughout the United States. “Ultimately, the virus will have a hard time in our community, but it will take a long time,” Dr. John Swartzberg, a clinical professor emeritus at the University of California, Berkeley’s School of Public Health, told CNN. “I believe that endemicity will be the case in the long run. It is impossible to eradicate.”
The E Street Band last played together on a concert stage on February 25, 2017, in New Zealand for the last night of “The River Tour.” The band performed the new songs “Ghosts” and “I’ll See You In My Dreams” on “Saturday Night Live” in December 2020, missing Tallent and Tyrell owing to COVID rules.
In October of 2020, the band released the smash album “Letter to You.” Springsteen remarked in October at an Asbury Lanes event for Steven Van Zandt‘s Teach Rock, “We’ll be out there in the world again next year, I hope.” “I promise that if you bring your kids, younger siblings and sisters, or even granny, they will witness the band at its best.”
For the most up-to-date information about Bruce Springsteen and the New Jersey music Chris Jordan, a Jersey Shore native, works for USA Today Network New Jersey, where he covers entertainment and features.