Bruce Springsteen will be riding “The River” back to his supporters in the second half of 2016, according to a new statement from the classic rock titan. After wrapping up the spring edition of his latest tour, Springsteen has confirmed he’ll be back in late summer and fall to perform added stadium and arena concerts in the U.S.
See the upgraded Bruce Springsteen tour schedule at the bottom of the page.
Up to now, each night has contained a jam packed set that ran upwards of three hours long, including his complete 1980 album “The River” plus an encore of about five or so top hits.
Springsteen has always been a crowd-pleaser, and the energy has been kept by his latest shows as high as ever. It’s not difficult for “The Boss” to please his fans, who are already prepared for a great concert from the E Street Band. On this tour, though, music critics across the nation have been giving delightful reviews of the outfit’s live shows, including enthusiastic words from Sarah Rodman at the Boston Globe and Caryn Rose at NPR.
Aug. 23, 25 – MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J.
Aug. 28 – United Center, Chicago, Ill.
Sept. 1 – Nationals Park, Washington, D.C.
Sept. 3 – Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater, Virginia Beach, Va.
Sept. 7 – Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia, Pa.
Sept. 11 – CONSOL Energy Center, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Sept. 14 – Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Mass.