Bruce Springsteen and The E-Street Band’s European tour dates have all been announced. The American singer visits the Netherlands twice.
The European leg of Bruce Springsteen and The E-Street Band’s tour begins April 28 in Barcelona and is currently visiting 17 cities. Concerts in Belgium and the UK will be added later. Dublin, Ireland and Gothenburg, Sweden are the only cities where The Boss has played twice in a row.
On May 25, Springsteen and his band can be seen at the Johan Cruyff Arena in Amsterdam before visiting the Landgraaf on June 11, 2023. The performance at the Landgraaf has no connection to Pinkpop, organizer Niek Murray told AD. At the beginning of this year, Die Limberger announced that a permit had been applied for to perform a Springsteen show on June 12, 2022 at the Megaland venue in the Landgraaf.
Several voices are reporting that this is the European Tour that was scheduled for 2020. The global pandemic put a stop to that even before the official announcement. The last time Bruce Springsteen and E-Street performed in the Netherlands was in 2016 at Milleveld in The Hague during The River tour.
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