Less than two months before his 75th birthday, Bruce Springsteen, and his trusty gang The E Street Band, will deliver another showstopping London performance after two triumphant shows in Hyde Park in 2023.
The badlands of Wembley Stadium will hold him in before he’s back on those streets of fire, and The Boss will unleash his ferocious three-hour, career-spanning set in front of 90,000 fans on July 25.
It comes as part of a stadium tour across Europe this summer, which includes three other UK dates (Cardiff, Belfast, Sunderland) and a string of shows in the Republic of Ireland. 2024 will mark the first time The Boss has played Wembley Stadium in eight years.
This tour announcement is a particularly jubilant one for Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band as well as his fans, since it follows the news earlier this year that the singer was forced to postpone his scheduled tour dates in 2023 to recover from peptic ulcer disease.
Last summer, Bruce Springsteen and his crew delivered two sellout shows at Hyde Park for the British Summer Time, in what was part of the Born To Run singer’s first UK shows since 2018. Thankfully, the singer isn’t waiting as long this time around, and will be back on British soil less than year from when he was last here to live through these Glory Days.
Tickets for the UK dates go on sale this Friday, November 3 and can be purchased via LiveNation and AEG. There will also be pre-sales for the shows, beginning tomorrow (November 1).
Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band UK & Ireland Tour dates
May 5 – Principality Stadium, Cardiff
May 9 – Boucher Road, Belfast
May 12 – Nowlan Park, Kilkenny
May 16 – Páirc Uí Chaoimh, Cork
May 19 – Croke Park, Dublin
May 22 – Stadium Of Light, Sunderland
July 25 – Wembley Stadium, London