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Published: 2012/07/27

Bruce Springsteen Adds Fall Arena Dates

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band announced sixteen additional fall dates. As previously reported, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will kick off the fall leg of their Wrecking Ball World Tour at Boston’s Fenway Park on August 14, While the early part of the tour will focus mostly on stadiums and large outdoor spaces, Springsteen’s new dates include a number of U.S. and Canada arenas. Springsteen’s recent European shows included some of the longest performances of his career.

Here’s a look at Springsteen’s new dates

October 19 – Ottawa, ON—Scotiabank Place
October 21 – Hamilton, ON—Copps Coliseum –
October 23 – Charlottesville, VA— –John Paul Jones Arena
October 25 – Hartford, CT—XL Center
October 27 – Pittsburgh, PA—CONSOL Energy Center
November 1 – State College, PA—Bryce Jordan Center
November 3 – Louisville, KY—KFC Yum! Center
November 11 – St. Paul, MN—Xcel Energy Center
November 15 – Omaha, NE—CenturyLink Arena
November 17 – Kansas City, MO—Sprint Center
November 19 – Denver, CO—Pepsi Center
November 26 – Vancouver, BC—Rogers Arena
November 28 – Portland, OR—The Rose Garden
November 30 – Oakland, CA—Oracle Arena
December 4 – Anaheim, CA—Honda Center
December 6 – Glendale, AZ— Arena

Here’s a look at the tour’s previously announced dates

August 14 – Boston, MA—Fenway Park
August 15 – Boston, MA—Fenway Park
August 18 – Foxboro, MA—Gillette Stadium
August 24 – Toronto, ON—Rogers Centre
August 26 – Moncton, NB—Magnetic Hill
August 29 – Vernon, NY—Vernon Downs Raceway
September 2 – Philadelphia, PA—Citizens Bank Park
September 3 – Philadelphia, PA—Citizens Bank Park
September 7 – Chicago, IL—Wrigley Field
September 8 – Chicago, IL—Wrigley Field
September 14 – Washington, DC—Nationals Park
September 19 – East Rutherford, NJ—MetLife Stadium
September 21 – East Rutherford, NJ—MetLife Stadium
September 22 – East Rutherford, NJ—MetLife Stadium


There are 4 comments associated with this post

Paul July 27, 2012, 10:19:21

Wonder if he’ll continue to blow off San Diego. We got the Black Keys, Peter Gabriel, and The Who coming to the local arena. Springsteen could probably sell a few tix here.

Eric July 27, 2012, 10:49:11

More Bruce I’m depressed..

Really? July 27, 2012, 22:37:24

Really? 3 nights in Jersey with a day between the first 2 shows? I can’t help but wonder two things; 1. Why skip a day? and 2. Who the hell goes to a 3-night run or Spruce? I didn’t even think Spruce would want to hear Spruce that much. Also, I’m not disappointed in the slightest about it in this case, but I find it humorous that they jump over Seattle to go from Vancouver to Portland. Though not as much as other states, WA seems to get skipped over a fair amount. He sold out KeyArena (in an intimate setup, so less seating than full) by himself during the Devils and Dust tour, which was actually really a good show I thought, so I don’t doubt that adding E-Street would lessen ticket sales. Interesting how they plan tours sometimes…

Udin August 11, 2012, 16:28:20

wooo Bruce Springteen and Estreet band what a perfect coonibatimn no music fan out there would want to miss the concert for anything.I have bought my ticket and ready for the concert

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