Springsteen and E Street Band 2023 Tour

The Springsteen and E Street Band 2023 Tour is an ongoing concert tour by American singer Bruce Springsteen and his backing band the E Street Band. The tour began on February 1, 2023, in Tampa, Florida; it marks the first time since 2017 that Springsteen and the E Street Band have toured together. The tour is currently scheduled to conclude on July 3, 2025, in Milan. Due to band member illnesses and Springsteen suffering his own health issues, twenty-four dates of the tour were postponed and were rescheduled for 2024. Four dates in May and June 2024 were also postponed due to vocal issues suffered by Springsteen.

2023–25 Tour
Tour by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
  • North America
  • Europe
Associated album
Start dateFebruary 1, 2023
End dateJuly 3, 2025
No. of shows
  • 61 in North America
  • 57 in Europe
  • 118 total
Box office$142,605,835[1]
Bruce Springsteen concert chronology
MetLife Stadium, September 3, 2023



In 2019, following two years of performing solo shows on Broadway, Springsteen announced that he would go on tour with the E Street Band in 2020. The tour would have been in support of his 2020 album, Letter to You. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, however, touring was put on hold until 2021.[2] In January 2021, Springsteen again announced that, due to the ongoing pandemic, he would not tour with the E Street Band in 2021, although later that year he returned to Broadway for more solo shows.[3]

On May 23, 2022, an upcoming tour was initially hinted with a short teaser displayed through Springsteen's social media accounts; the full announcement came the next day on his webpage.[4][5] The tour commenced with dates in the U.S., starting in February 2023, and then visited Europe. The tour returned to North America in August 2023.[6][7][8] The tour was scheduled to end in December 2023 until two August 2023 shows in Philadelphia were rescheduled for August 2024. All of the remaining shows on the tour from September to December were subsequently postponed until 2024.[9]


Early in the tour, the band was impacted by positive COVID-19 tests. Soozie Tyrell missed the shows in Hollywood and Dallas, marking the first time she missed a concert since joining the band in 2002. Guitarist Steven Van Zandt was also absent from the Dallas concert.[10] On February 13, 2023, it was announced that guitarist Nils Lofgren had tested positive,[11] and he was absent from the February 14th show in Houston. It was the first show Lofgren had missed since joining the E Street Band in 1984. Van Zandt and Tyrell returned to the tour in Houston. Lofgren returned to the tour on February 16 in Austin, but Jake Clemons missed the show, along with the February 18 show in Kansas City, due to testing positive.[12] The shows on August 16 and 18 in Philadelphia were postponed due to Springsteen becoming ill at the last minute.[citation needed]

In September 2023, Springsteen announced the postponement of eight shows scheduled for dates between September 7 and 29, inclusive, because he was undergoing treatment for symptoms of peptic ulcer disease and that doctors recommended he not perform live. Springsteen's wife Patti Scialfa also urged Springsteen to postpone these dates to prevent "something worse" happening to him considering he already had battled COVID-19 a few times in 2023.[13][14] A few weeks later, Springsteen announced the postponement of all remaining 2023 dates until 2024; he subsequently announced new dates between March and April 2024 and August to November 2024.[15]

Prior to the tour resuming in March 2024, Springsteen in an interview with E Street Radio on SiriusXM, discussed his health issues and mentioned he had fears of never singing again. “I had the stomach problem and one of the big problems was I couldn't sing. You sing with your diaphragm. You know, my diaphragm was hurting so badly that when I went to make the effort to sing it was killing me. So I literally couldn't sing at all. That lasted for two or three months. During the course of it before people told me 'Oh, it's going to go away' and 'You're going to be OK.' ” Springsteen said. “You're thinking like, 'Hey, am I going to sing again?' This is one of one of the things I love to do the best, the most, and right now I can't do it. I found some great doctors and they straightened me out, and I can't do anything but thank them" Springsteen said.[16]

On May 25, 2024, the band's show in Marseille was postponed at the last moment due to vocal issues Springsteen suffered. [17] The following day, it was announced that the May 28, 2024, show in Prague and the June 1 and 3, 2024, dates in Milan were also postponed. A statement said that due to doctor's orders, Springsteen was advised to not perform for the next ten days and that the tour would resume on June 12, 2024. The rescheduled dates will be announced soon.[when?]

Ticket price backlash


Springsteen decided to use Ticketmaster's Verified Fan service for a majority of his North America tour dates to try and eliminate scalpers and bots on the secondary market from buying up tickets and selling them at much higher prices, a problem many of his previous tours have faced. Fans would need to be verified and sent a code, which they would receive in a text message the night before the on-sale date, for the show or shows they planned to attend. Not all fans were guaranteed to receive a code, however; some were placed on a waitlist. Tickets would go on sale at 10 am and once the Verified Fan window for ticket sales ended, which was normally at 3 pm, the remaining tickets would be released to the general public. The first tickets for the U.S. dates went on sale on July 20, 2022, and fans were instantly met with very high ticket prices, such as $4,000–5,000 for mid-range floor seats, and into the four figures for other, less desirable tickets. This was called Ticketmaster's "dynamic pricing" program, in which "platinum tickets", which may be placed anywhere in the arena, from the front section to the back rows, fluctuate in price, in what is said to be ongoing reaction to demand. Some fans were able to buy tickets at face value as they went on sale; however, within minutes of tickets going on sale, the dynamic pricing kicked in and the tickets changed to the platinum tickets or were only available through the secondary market via Ticketmaster's resale program at much higher prices. Complaints from outraged fans flooded social media and Springsteen-related message boards demanding that Springsteen and his management release a statement in response to this. Guitarist Steven Van Zandt has been the only member of the E Street Band to respond to the situation when he was asked about it on Twitter. He said, "I have nothing whatsoever to do with the price of tickets. Nothing. Nada. Niente. Bubkis. Dick."[18] New Jersey congressman Bill Pascrell Jr., who has been a staunch ticket-industry critic, called out Ticketmaster for instituting a "market-based" pricing system that allows ticket costs to rise and fall based on demand. "When Yogi Berra said it's 'déjà vu all over again', he could have easily been talking about Ticketmaster and another unwelcome surprise for Springsteen fans. After the long hiatus, we are all excited that Bruce is going back in tour. But Americans have the right to enjoy some live entertainment without getting ripped off. Ticketmaster sees popular events as an opportunity to soak regular Americans," the lawmaker said in a statement.[19]

Tickets for Springsteen's shows in the UK sold out in under 8 hours, but many UK fans took to social media complaining about the same issues fans in the U.S. faced.[20][21]

On July 24, 2022, Ticketmaster issued a response defending their controversial "dynamic pricing" plan, saying that 88.2% of tickets were sold at fixed prices that ranged from $59.50 to $399 before added service fees and that the average price of all tickets sold so far is $262, with 56% being sold for under $200 face value. Ticketmaster did not dispute reports of tickets being priced through the platinum program for as high as $4–5,000. Ticketmaster is claiming that only 1.3% of total tickets so far have gone for more than $1,000. Ticketmaster further broke down the percentages on the 56% of tickets it says were sold for under $200. It said that 18% were sold under $99, 27% went for between $100–$150, and 11% sold for between $150–$200. "Prices and formats are consistent with industry standards for top performers," the company said in their statement.[22]

On July 26, 2022, six days after tickets went on sale in North America, Springsteen's manager Jon Landau issued a statement to The New York Times defending the price of tickets, saying, "In pricing tickets for this tour, we looked carefully at what our peers have been doing. We chose prices that are lower than some and on par with others. Regardless of the commentary about a modest number of tickets costing $1,000 or more, our true average ticket price has been in the mid-$200 range. I believe that in today's environment, that is a fair price to see someone universally regarded as among the very greatest artists of his generation."[23]

Ferrara concert controversy


On May 18, 2023, Springsteen and the E Street Band were set to perform at the Giorgio Bassani Urban Park [it] in Ferrara, Italy, as part of the tour's European leg.[24][25] However, in the immediate aftermath of the floods that hit several areas of the Emilia-Romagna region, fans and ticketholders used social media to urge the organizers to reschedule the concert, in order to pay respect to the victims and avoid misplacement of emergency resources.[26][27][28] After further examinations, both the Prefettura and the local council of Ferrara authorized Springsteen to go ahead with the concert.[25][26]

The decision sparked heavy criticism towards Springsteen and his team,[27][28][29] while both lead promoter Claudio Trotta and mayor of Ferrara, Alan Fabbri, defended the decision to permit the show.[25][26][27] Deputy vice-president of Protezione Civile for Emilia-Romagna, Irene Priolo, also questioned the decision, while clarifying that Ferrara's local authorities were the only institutions that had the right to either confirm or postpone the concert.[26][30]

During the concert, which reportedly involved 900 security members between police officers, volunteers, and first aid services,[26] Springsteen did not make any direct comments about the floods and their impact.[31][32][33] Fans also complained about the muddy conditions of the park's terrain, as well as logistical difficulties.[32][33]

On May 26, Springsteen's guitarist Steven Van Zandt took to Twitter to answer a message from an Italian fan, who had asked him if the band really was not informed of the emergency, writing: "We didn't know a thing about it. All we heard was the crew had to work overtime because the venue was one big mud hole from the rain. That was all."[34][35][36]



All shows are being professionally recorded and released on live.brucespringsteen.net. Many have been featured on E Street Radio.[37]

Road Diary: Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band


In October 2024, Disney+ and Hulu will air the documentary Road Diary: Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band that will document their 2023–24 tour featuring footage from band rehearsals and backstage moments, conversations with Springsteen as he develops the setlist, and archival clips of the E Street Band.[38]

Set list


This set list is representative of the tour's opening night in Tampa on February 1, 2023,[39] and is not intended to represent the majority of the performances throughout the tour. This tour has seen the live debut of songs from Springsteen's 2020 album, Letter to You, and the first live performances with the E Street Band of songs from his 2022 album, Only the Strong Survive.

Setlist complaints


Some fans have criticized Springsteen about the setlist being very similar each night, something that Springsteen has not been known for throughout his career, and have complained about the number of songs being performed. In an interview, Steven Van Zandt responded to fan criticism by saying, "I had to let that guy have it the other day. He's like, '(whining) Jeez, you started out playing 28 songs and now you're playing 26. I want my money back.' Get the beep outta here! Anybody measuring the show by the amount of songs or the amount of time spent onstage ain't listening! This ain't about numbers — it's about an emotional experience. And this one happens to be ... I think, a special one. And the audiences are reacting in a way I've never seen in America. It's like a Broadway show. Why? Because you're telling a story and every song has a purpose."[40][41] In July 2023, Garry Tallent also responded to fan complaints about the setlist. "These rinse and repeat shows are such the opposite of greatness," a fan on social media said. Tallent replied, "You are fucking kidding, right??" Former E Street Band drummer Vini Lopez added, "As time goes on, they'll start doing other stuff and that just goes on through a tour. The thing that bugs me the most about the tour are the people who go to 20 shows and then they complain about hearing the same songs."[42]

In March 2024, during an interview with E Street Radio, Springsteen said fans could expect a wider selection of songs after the tour resumed that month. "I think we’re approaching [the 2024 World Tour] like it's a new tour. There will be some things from last year's tour that will hold over; some of my basic themes of mortality and life. Those things I'm gonna keep set, but I think I'm gonna move around the other parts of the set a lot more. So there'll be a much wider song selection going on. We're looking at it like it's a little bit of the old tour, but we're looking at it like a new tour. We're looking to kill the crowd and send them home just having had the time of their lives and that hasn't changed and that's what we plan to be doing for the rest of this tour", Springsteen said.[43]

Tour dates

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, and venue
Date City Country Venue Attendance Revenue
North America
February 1, 2023 Tampa United States Amalie Arena
February 3, 2023 Atlanta State Farm Arena 14,826 / 14,826 $3,138,937
February 5, 2023 Orlando Amway Center 16,117 / 16,117 $3,325,983
February 7, 2023 Hollywood Hard Rock Live
February 10, 2023 Dallas American Airlines Center 16,585 / 16,585 $4,397,440
February 14, 2023 Houston Toyota Center
February 16, 2023 Austin Moody Center 13,688 / 13,668 $3,303,442
February 18, 2023 Kansas City T-Mobile Center
February 21, 2023 Tulsa BOK Center
February 25, 2023 Portland Moda Center
February 27, 2023 Seattle Climate Pledge Arena 17,228 / 17,228 $3,778,142
March 2, 2023 Denver Ball Arena
March 5, 2023 Saint Paul Xcel Energy Center 17,904 / 17,904 $4,083,892
March 7, 2023 Milwaukee Fiserv Forum 15,958 / 15,958 $3,993,959
March 16, 2023 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center
March 18, 2023 University Park Bryce Jordan Center
March 20, 2023 Boston TD Garden 17,033 / 17,033 $4,978,145
March 23, 2023 Buffalo KeyBank Center
March 25, 2023 Greensboro Greensboro Coliseum
March 27, 2023 Washington, D.C. Capital One Arena 18,173 / 18,173 $3,904,373
March 29, 2023 Detroit Little Caesars Arena
April 1, 2023 New York City Madison Square Garden 18,718 / 18,718 $4,404,597
April 3, 2023 Brooklyn Barclays Center
April 5, 2023 Cleveland Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
April 7, 2023 Baltimore CFG Bank Arena
April 9, 2023 Elmont UBS Arena
April 11, 2023
April 14, 2023 Newark Prudential Center
April 28, 2023 Barcelona Spain Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys 104,256 / 104,256
April 30, 2023
May 5, 2023 Dublin Ireland RDS Arena
May 7, 2023
May 9, 2023
May 13, 2023 Nanterre France Paris La Défense Arena 72,468 / 72,468
May 15, 2023
May 18, 2023 Ferrara Italy Parco Urbano G. Bassani
May 21, 2023 Rome Circo Massimo
May 25, 2023 Amsterdam Netherlands Johan Cruyff Arena
May 27, 2023
May 30, 2023 Edinburgh Scotland BT Murrayfield Stadium
June 11, 2023 Landgraaf Netherlands Megaland
June 13, 2023 Zürich Switzerland Letzigrund
June 16, 2023 Birmingham England Villa Park
June 18, 2023[a] Werchter Belgium Festivalpark Werchter
June 21, 2023 Düsseldorf Germany Merkur Spiel-Arena
June 24, 2023 Gothenburg Sweden Ullevi 193,355 / 193,335
June 26, 2023
June 28, 2023
June 30, 2023 Oslo Norway Voldsløkka
July 2, 2023
July 6, 2023[b] London England Hyde Park
July 8, 2023[b]
July 11, 2023 Copenhagen Denmark Parken Stadium
July 13, 2023
July 15, 2023 Hamburg Germany Volksparkstadion 50,000 / 50,000
July 18, 2023 Vienna Austria Ernst-Happel-Stadion
July 21, 2023 Hockenheim Germany Hockenheimring 80,000 / 80,000
July 23, 2023 Munich Olympiastadion 69,000 / 69,000
July 25, 2023 Monza Italy Autodromo Nazionale di Monza 70,000 / 70,000
North America
August 9, 2023 Chicago United States Wrigley Field
August 11, 2023
August 24, 2023 Foxborough Gillette Stadium
August 26, 2023
August 30, 2023 East Rutherford MetLife Stadium
September 1, 2023
September 3, 2023
March 19, 2024 Phoenix Footprint Center
March 22, 2024 Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena
March 25, 2024 San Diego Pechanga Arena
March 28, 2024 San Francisco Chase Center
March 31, 2024
April 4, 2024 Inglewood Kia Forum
April 7, 2024
April 12, 2024 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena
April 15, 2024 Albany MVP Arena
April 18, 2024 Syracuse JMA Wireless Dome
April 21, 2024 Columbus Nationwide Arena
May 5, 2024 Cardiff Wales Principality Stadium
May 9, 2024 Belfast Northern Ireland Boucher Road
May 12, 2024 Kilkenny Ireland Nowlan Park
May 16, 2024 Cork Páirc Uí Chaoimh
May 19, 2024 Dublin Croke Park
May 22, 2024 Sunderland England Stadium of Light
June 12, 2024 Madrid Spain Metropolitano Stadium
June 14, 2024
June 17, 2024
June 20, 2024 Barcelona Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys
June 22, 2024
June 27, 2024 Nijmegen Netherlands Goffertpark
June 29, 2024
July 2, 2024 Werchter Belgium Werchter Park
July 5, 2024 Hannover Germany Heinz von Heiden Arena
July 9, 2024 Odense Denmark Dyrskuepladsen
July 12, 2024 Helsinki Finland Olympiastadion
July 15, 2024 Stockholm Sweden Friends Arena
July 18, 2024
July 21, 2024 Bergen Norway Dokken
July 25, 2024 London England Wembley Stadium
July 27, 2024
North America
August 15, 2024 Pittsburgh United States PPG Paints Arena
August 18, 2024
August 21, 2024 Philadelphia Citizens Bank Park
August 23, 2024
September 7, 2024 Washington, D.C. Nationals Park
September 13, 2024 Baltimore Oriole Park at Camden Yards
September 15, 2024 [c] Asbury Park North Beach
October 31, 2024 Montreal Canada Bell Centre
November 3, 2024 Toronto Scotiabank Arena
November 6, 2024
November 9, 2024 Ottawa Canadian Tire Centre
November 13, 2024 Winnipeg Canada Life Centre
November 16, 2024 Calgary Scotiabank Saddledome
November 19, 2024 Edmonton Rogers Place
November 22, 2024 Vancouver Rogers Arena
May 31, 2025 Marseille France Orange Vélodrome
June 15, 2025 Prague Czech Republic Letňany
June 30, 2025 Milan Italy San Siro Stadium
July 3, 2025

Postponed dates

Date City Country Venue Reason
March 9, 2023[d] Columbus United States Nationwide Arena Illness
March 12, 2023[e] Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena
March 14, 2023[f] Albany MVP Arena
August 16, 2023[g] Philadelphia Citizens Bank Park[46]
August 18, 2023[h]
August 28, 2023[i] Washington, D.C. Nationals Park[47] Undisclosed
September 7, 2023[j] Syracuse JMA Wireless Dome Illness
September 9, 2023[k] Baltimore Oriole Park at Camden Yards
September 12, 2023[l] Pittsburgh PPG Paints Arena
September 14, 2023[m]
September 16, 2023[n] Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena
September 19, 2023[o] Albany MVP Arena
September 21, 2023[p] Columbus Nationwide Arena
September 29, 2023[q] Washington, D.C. Nationals Park
November 3, 2023[r] Vancouver Canada Rogers Arena
November 6, 2023[s] Edmonton Rogers Place
November 8, 2023[t] Calgary Scotiabank Saddledome
November 10, 2023[u] Winnipeg Canada Life Centre
November 14, 2023[v] Toronto Scotiabank Arena
November 16, 2023[w]
November 18, 2023[x] Ottawa Canadian Tire Centre
November 20, 2023[y] Montreal Bell Centre
November 30, 2023[z] Phoenix United States Footprint Center
December 2, 2023[aa] San Diego Pechanga Arena
December 4, 2023[ab] Inglewood Kia Forum
December 6, 2023[ac]
December 8, 2023[ad] San Francisco Chase Center
December 10, 2023[ae]
December 12, 2023[af]
May 25, 2024 Marseille France Orange Vélodrome Springsteen vocal issues
May 28, 2024 Prague Czech Republic Letňany
June 1, 2024 Milan Italy San Siro Stadium
June 3, 2024


  1. ^ The June 18, 2023, concert in Werchter is part of TW Classic.
  2. ^ a b The July 6 and 8, 2023, concerts at Hyde Park are part of BST Hyde Park.[44]
  3. ^ The September 15, 2024, concert in Asbury Park is part of the Sea.Hear.Now Festival.
  4. ^ Rescheduled for September 21, 2023.
  5. ^ Rescheduled for September 16, 2023.
  6. ^ Rescheduled for September 19, 2023.
  7. ^ Rescheduled for August 21, 2024.
  8. ^ Rescheduled for August 23, 2024.
  9. ^ Initially rescheduled for September 29, 2023, before being postponed again due to Springsteen's illness.
  10. ^ Rescheduled for April 18, 2024.
  11. ^ Rescheduled for September 13, 2024.
  12. ^ Rescheduled for August 15, 2024.
  13. ^ Rescheduled for August 18, 2024.
  14. ^ Rescheduled for April 12, 2024.
  15. ^ Rescheduled for April 15, 2024.
  16. ^ Rescheduled for April 21, 2024.
  17. ^ Rescheduled for September 7, 2024.
  18. ^ Rescheduled for November 22, 2024.
  19. ^ Rescheduled for November 19, 2024.
  20. ^ Rescheduled for November 16, 2024.
  21. ^ Rescheduled for November 13, 2024.
  22. ^ Rescheduled for November 3, 2024.
  23. ^ Rescheduled for November 6, 2024.
  24. ^ Rescheduled for November 9, 2024.
  25. ^ Rescheduled for October 31, 2024.
  26. ^ Rescheduled for March 19, 2024.
  27. ^ Rescheduled for March 25, 2024.
  28. ^ Rescheduled for April 4, 2024.
  29. ^ Rescheduled for April 7, 2024.
  30. ^ Initially rescheduled for December 12, 2023, before being postponed again due to Springsteen's illness.
  31. ^ Rescheduled for March 28, 2024.
  32. ^ Rescheduled for March 31, 2024.



The E Street Band




  • Ed Manion – tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone, percussion
  • Ozzie Melendez – trombone, percussion
  • Curt Ramm – trumpet, percussion
  • Barry Danielian – trumpet, percussion
  • Anthony Almonte – percussion, congas, bongos, backing vocals
  • Curtis King Jr. – backing vocals, percussion
  • Lisa Lowell – backing vocals, percussion
  • Michelle Moore – backing vocals, percussion
  • Ada Dyer – backing vocals, percussion


Guest appearances


Opening acts



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