The Boss will be playing 22 shows in total

Bruce Springsteen live
Bruce Springsteen [Danny Clinche]

Next year, Bruce Springsteen is returning to Europe and the UK for a full stadium tour. The trek kicks off on 5 May at Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales and wraps up on 25 July at Wembley Stadium in London, UK. The run features stops in Belfast, Dublin, Prague, Madrid, Barcelona, Hannover, Helsinki, Stockholm, and more. Tickets go on sale on various days at different times this week. Check the full tour itinerary below for dates, venues, and on-sale information.

After previously postponing the rest of his North American tour dates this year, Springsteen recently confirmed the rescheduled shows for 2024. The Boss is still recovering from a medical issue, and has taken the advice of his doctors to rest until next year. The new run of shows kicks off on March 19 at the Footprint Center in Phoenix, Arizona and wraps up on September 13 at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland. The newly announced stadium run across Europe and the UK will take place in-between two North American tour legs.

All tickets for the postponed performances remain valid for the newly announced dates. Information about each individual show, including details regarding refunds, is available through the official ticketing company for the specific date. Fans can request a refund within the next 30 days for the newly postponed shows. If fans bought tickets through a third party service (e.g. StubHub, Vivid Seats, etc.), they will have to contact that service for their refund policy.

On September 7, Springsteen and The E Street Band postponed all remaining September tour dates, beginning with their show scheduled for the JMA Wireless Dome in Syracuse, New York. Springsteen had previously cancelled his Philadelphia performances on August 16 and 18. It as revealed in a statement that Springsteen was “recovering steadily” from peptic ulcer disease.

“Thanks to all my friends and fans for your good wishes, encouragement, and support,” Springsteen said. “I’m on the mend and can’t wait to see you all next year.”

Springsteen recently appeared on the new song from fellow New Jersey rockers The Gaslight Anthem, “History Books.” It is the title track of the band’s forthcoming studio album. The music video for the song is out now. 

“When Bruce Springsteen said I should write a duet for us, I think my head exploded,” says frontman The Gaslight Anthem frontman Brian Fallon. “It will never get old to me that one of the greatest songwriters in the world, and one of my hero’s voices, will forever be captured in a song I wrote at a small wooden desk, in October, in New Jersey.”

Springsteen and The E Street Band’s most recent studio album, 2020’s Letter To You (Columbia Records), marked their first time recording live together in decades and debuted at #1 in eleven countries.

Bruce’s latest studio album Only The Strong Survive arrived last November via Columbia Records. The covers outing is a collection of fifteen soul music classics. Featuring lead vocals by Springsteen, Only The Strong Survive celebrates soul music gems from the legendary catalogues of Motown, Gamble and Huff, Stax and many more. This 21st studio album from Bruce Springsteen will also feature guest vocals by Sam Moore, as well as contributions from The E Street Horns, full string arrangements by Rob Mathes, and backing vocals by Soozie Tyrell, Lisa Lowell, Michelle Moore, Curtis King Jr., Dennis Collins and Fonzi Thornton.

Only The Strong Survive was tracked at Thrill Hill Recording in New Jersey, produced by Ron Aniello, engineered by Rob Lebret and executive produced by Jon Landau.

Tickets for all upcoming shows in North America, Europe, and the UK can be found HERE.

5 May – Cardiff, Wales @ Principality Stadium (On-sale: Friday, 3 Nov at 10am*)
9 May – Belfast, Northern Ireland @ Boucher Road (On-sale: Monday, 6 Nov at 8am*)
12 May – Kilkenny, Ireland @ Nowlan Park (On-sale: Monday, 6 Nov at 8am*)
16 May – Cork, Ireland @ Páirc Uí Chaoimh (On-sale: Monday, 6 Nov at 8am*)
19 May – Dublin, Ireland @ Croke Park (On-sale: Monday, 6 Nov at 8am*)
22 May – Sunderland, England @ Stadium of Light (On-sale Friday, 3 Nov at 10am*)
25 May – Marseille, France @ Orange Vélodrome (On-sale Tuesday, 7 Nov at 10am*)
28 May – Prague, Czech Republic @ Airport Letnany (On-sale Friday, 3 Nov at 10am*)
1 June – Milan, Italy @ San Siro Stadium (On-sale Monday, 6 Nov at 12pm*)
3 June – Milan, Italy @ San Siro Stadium (On-sale Monday, 6 Nov at 12pm*)
12 June – Madrid, Spain @ Cívitas Metropolitano (On-sale Tuesday, 7 Nov at 10am*)
14 June – Madrid, Spain @ Cívitas Metropolitano (On-sale Tuesday, 7 Nov at 10am*)
20 June – Barcelona, Spain @ Estadi Olímpic (On-sale Tuesday, 14 Nov at 10am*)
27 June – Nijmegen, Netherlands @ Goffertpark (On-sale Friday, 3 Nov at 9am*)
2 July – Werchter, Belgium @ Werchter Park (On-sale Friday, 3 Nov at 10am*)
5 July – Hannover, Germany @ Heinz von Heiden Arena (On-sale Wednesday, 8 Nov at 10am*)
9 July – Odense, Denmark @ Dyrskuepladsen (On-sale Thursday, 2 Nov at 10am*)
12 July – Helsinki, Finland @ Olympic Stadium (On-sale Monday, 6 Nov at 11am*)
15 July – Stockholm, Sweden @ Friends Arena (On-sale Friday, 3 Nov at 10am*)
18 July – Stockholm, Sweden @ Friends Arena (On-sale Friday, 3 Nov at 10am*)
21 July – Bergen, Norway @ Dokken (On-sale Monday, 6 Nov at 10am*)
25 July – London, England @ Wembley Stadium connected by EE (On-sale Friday, 3 Nov at 10am*)

*All on-sale times in Local Venue Time