Bruce Springsteen is going to Paris for his future world tour

Bruce Springsteen, American rock legend, is back on the road with his favorite group, the E Street Band, for a new world tour that will take place within a year at La Défense Arena (Paris) on May 13, 2023 . Place on May 31st at 10am

Bruce Springsteen is back: six years after his last concert in France during The River Tour, which marked the 35th anniversary of his fifth album (River), Bruce “The Boss” Springsteen is back, as always, for a new show tour with the E Street Band, made up of musicians from New Jersey who have accompanied Springsteen on almost all of his tours – such as guitarist Stevie van Zandt, also known as an actor in the series the Sopranos (HBO) and lilyhammer (Netflix). The River Tour grossed approximately $270 million worldwide.

American rock legend with over 140 million albums sold worldwide, including the twentieth album letter to you, was released in 2020, thus getting back in the saddle for a world tour that will start in Barcelona in April 2023 and stop in Dublin, Rome, Amsterdam, Munich, but will top one in Paris on May 13, 2023. La Defense Arena for Anthology Concert. We remember that in July 2016, Springsteen marked spirits for two consecutive evenings at Bercy, giving a concert for about 4 hours.

Additional dates in Belgium and the United Kingdom will be announced soon, as well as details of the North American tour which should not be long in coming. The tour to follow Springsteen’s latest album has been repeatedly postponed due to the health crisis. Perhaps by 2023, Springsteen and the E Street Band will already have a new album to champion the stage. Presale for the concert will begin at 10am on May 31st, on May 13, 2023, before the ticket office opens the next day. If this new world tour does indeed begin in the United States early next year, it would coincide with the fiftieth anniversary of Springsteen’s debut album, Greetings from Asbury Park, NJReleased in January 1973.

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As a reminder, last December, Bruce Springsteen shook the music world by selling his entire catalog of songs for $500 million—over 300 songs and at least twenty albums—a certain one founded by Bob Dylan. Crushing the precedent record.

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