Some rock voices just seem to get better with age. Bruce Springsteen has one of those voices, so the rock legend is still as wildly popular as ever. Springsteen is currently on the European leg of his nearly year-long 2023 World Tour alongside the E-Street Band. Still, he will be back in North America in under two months, with his initial dates at Wrigley Field in Chicago on Wednesday, August 9, and Friday, August 11.
Springsteen is set to play dates to a pair of shows at the Chase Center in StanFrancisco on Sunday, December 10, and Tuesday, December 12. One place to target if you want to catch a Springsteen show – other than three dates in later August and early September at Met Life Stadium in his home state of New Jersey – are the shows at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA, on Thursday, August 24 and Saturday, August 26. Springsteen always draws well in the Boston area, so expect a lively and fun crowd as he belts out his classics.
Check out a full list of dates and venues at the end of this post.
It does help that the 73-year-old Springsteen is apparently ageless. He runs his shows for almost three hours, rocking and performing with the same zest and passion that he did when he first started in the business. Artists decades younger could learn so much from Springsteen’s stage presence, preparation, and how he still treats his songs. His catalog – songs like “Born To Run,” “Thunder Road,” and “Dancing in the Dark” must be the envy of those same performers, especially as Springsteen still hits every last note. Catch this icon before it is too late with tickets from Immortal Seats today!