Bruce Springsteen Tickets

Mar 19

Tue · 7:30 pm

Bruce Springsteen (Rescheduled from 11/30/2023)

Footprint CenterPhoenix, AZ

Mar 22

Fri · 7:30 pm

Bruce Springsteen

T-Mobile ArenaLas Vegas, NV

Mar 25

Mon · 7:30 pm

Bruce Springsteen (Rescheduled from 12/2/2023)

Pechanga Arena - San DiegoSan Diego, CA

Mar 28

Thu · 7:30 pm

Bruce Springsteen (Rescheduled from 12/10/2023)

Chase CenterSan Francisco, CA

Mar 31

Sun · 7:30 pm

Bruce Springsteen (Rescheduled from 12/8/2023 and 12/12/2023)

Chase CenterSan Francisco, CA

Apr 04

Thu · 7:30 pm

Bruce Springsteen (Rescheduled from 12/4/2023)

Kia Forum - Los AngelesInglewood, CA

Apr 07

Sun · 7:30 pm

Bruce Springsteen (Rescheduled from 12/6/2023)

Kia Forum - Los AngelesInglewood, CA

Apr 12

Fri · 7:30 pm

Bruce Springsteen (Rescheduled from 3/12/2023, 9/16/2023)

Mohegan Sun Arena - CTMontville, CT

Apr 15

Mon · 7:30 pm

Bruce Springsteen (Rescheduled from 3/14/2023, 9/19/2023)

MVP ArenaAlbany, NY

Apr 18

Thu · 7:30 pm

Bruce Springsteen (Rescheduled from 9/7/2023)

JMA Wireless DomeSyracuse, NY

Apr 21

Sun · 7:30 pm

Bruce Springsteen (Rescheduled from 3/9/2023, 9/21/2023)

Nationwide ArenaColumbus, OH

Aug 15

Thu · 7:30 pm

Bruce Springsteen (Rescheduled from 9/12/2023)

PPG Paints ArenaPittsburgh, PA

Aug 18

Sun · 7:30 pm

Bruce Springsteen (Rescheduled from 9/14/2023)

PPG Paints ArenaPittsburgh, PA

Aug 21

Wed · 7:30 pm

Bruce Springsteen (Rescheduled from 8/16/2023)

Citizens Bank ParkPhiladelphia, PA

Aug 23

Fri · 7:30 pm

Bruce Springsteen (Rescheduled from 8/18/2023)

Citizens Bank ParkPhiladelphia, PA

Sep 07

Sat · 7:30 pm

Bruce Springsteen (Rescheduled from 8/28/2023, 9/29/2023)

Nationals ParkWashington, DC

Sep 13

Fri · 7:30 pm

Bruce Springsteen (Rescheduled from 9/9/2023)

Oriole Park at Camden YardsBaltimore, MD

Oct 31

Thu · 7:30 pm

Bruce Springsteen (Rescheduled from 11/20/2023)

Bell CentreMontréal, QC

Nov 03

Sun · 7:30 pm

Bruce Springsteen (Rescheduled from 11/4/2023)

Scotiabank ArenaToronto, ON

Nov 06

Wed · 7:30 pm

Bruce Springsteen (Rescheduled from 11/16/2023)

Scotiabank ArenaToronto, ON

Nov 09

Sat · 7:30 pm

Bruce Springsteen (Rescheduled from 11/18/2023)

Canadian Tire CentreOttawa, ON

Nov 13

Wed · 7:30 pm

Bruce Springsteen (Rescheduled from 11/10/2023)

Canada Life CentreWinnipeg, MB

Nov 16

Sat · 7:30 pm

Bruce Springsteen (Rescheduled from 11/8/2023)

Scotiabank SaddledomeCalgary, AB

Nov 19

Tue · 7:30 pm

Bruce Springsteen (Rescheduled from 11/6/2023)

Rogers PlaceEdmonton, AB

Nov 22

Fri · 7:30 pm

Bruce Springsteen (Rescheduled from 11/3/2023)

Rogers ArenaVancouver, BC

May 05

Sun · 7:00 pm

Bruce Springsteen

Principality Stadium - CardiffCardiff, Wales

May 09

Thu · 7:00 pm

Bruce Springsteen

Boucher Road Playing FieldsBelfast, Northern Ireland

May 22

Wed · 4:00 pm

Bruce Springsteen

Stadium of LightSunderland, England

Jun 03

Mon · 8:00 pm

Bruce Springsteen

Stadio San Siro - MilanMilano, Lombardia

Jun 20

Thu · 9:00 pm

Bruce Springsteen

Estadi Olimpic Lluis CompanysBarcelona, CT

Jun 22

Sat · 9:00 pm

Bruce Springsteen

Estadi Olimpic Lluis CompanysBarcelona, CT

Jun 27

Thu · 6:00 pm

Bruce Springsteen

GoffertparkNijmegen, GE

Jul 02

Tue · 7:00 pm

Bruce Springsteen

Festivalpark WerchterRotselaar, Vlaams Gewest

Jul 05

Fri · 7:30 pm

Bruce Springsteen

Heinz von Heiden-Arena (HDI Arena)Hannover, NDS

Jul 12


Bruce Springsteen

Helsinki Olympic StadiumHelsinki, Uusimaa

Jul 15

Mon · 8:00 pm

Bruce Springsteen

Friends ArenaSolna, Stockholms län

Jul 25

Thu · 7:00 pm

Bruce Springsteen

Wembley StadiumLondon, England

Jul 27

Sat · 7:00 pm

Bruce Springsteen

Wembley StadiumLondon, England

Get your Bruce Springsteen tickets now for a night of good ol’ rock and roll and timeless anthems! Seeing Springsteen live practically guarantees an experience that's nothing short of extraordinary. Luckily, thanks to our trusted sellers and easy-to-use sales process, reserving your spot at the show is simple. Before you know it, you’ll be “Dancing in the Dark” to classics from The Boss himself.

About Bruce Springsteen

Bruce Springsteen was born in Freehold, New Jersey, and has been a seminal figure in music since the late 1960s. When he was a teen, he saw the Beatles on “The Ed Sullivan Show and was so inspired he purchased a guitar. Then, after venturing to the Jersey Shore as a young adult, he got involved with the local band scene. 

After piquing the interest of John Hammond, who discovered Bob Dylan, he signed with Columbia Records and assembled the E Street Band in 1972. The subsequent release of his debut album, Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J. in 1973, set the wheels in motion for the man the world would know as “The Boss.” 

His distinctive blend of rock, heartland rock, folk rock, and Americana, appealed to listeners of all walks of life but his style and lyrics especially won over the blue-collar crowd. His most celebrated works include Born to Run and his chart-topping single "Born in the U.S.A."  

Springsteen has sold more than 150 million records globally, and he’s had several #1 albums, including Born in the U.S.A. and The River, and Born in the U.S.A. alone produced an impressive seven Top-10 singles! As if that weren’t enough, he has won multiple Grammys, an Academy Award, and a Tony Award. 

In addition to his musical prowess, he’s known as an all-around good guy. His bandmates have stuck with him since the ‘70s, and there’s no doubt that he is one of the greatest frontmen of all time.

Bruce Springsteen’s Setlist

Bruce Springsteen's catalog captures the essence of both personal struggles and societal themes. His studio albums, known for their narrative depth and musical complexity, come alive when performed on stage. 

Springsteen's concerts are legendary, not just for their length but for the connection he fosters with his audience. His ability to translate intimate stories into powerful, communal experiences is unparalleled. These are the top ten songs you're almost certain to hear when you see Springsteen live: :

  • Born to Run

  • Thunder Road

  • The Promised Land

  • Badlands

  • Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out

  • Dancing in the Dark

  • Born in the U.S.A.

  • The Rising

  • Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)

  • Out in the Street

Live Moments That Made Headlines

As an avid performer with a career spanning over 50 years, you could say Bruce Springsteen is a master of the stage. The following appearances represent newsworthy moments in his career:

Solo Endeavors

  • Roaring at the Roxy (July 1978): The Roxy, Los Angeles, witnessed a legendary performance, pivotal in establishing Springsteen's reputation for epic live shows. This concert, featuring songs from Darkness on the Edge of Town, became a benchmark for live rock performances.

  • No Nukes Rally (September 1979): Madison Square Garden, New York, saw Springsteen's passionate participation in the MUSE (Musicians United for Safe Energy) concerts, highlighting his engagement with social and political issues and elevating his status as a voice for change.

  • Born in the U.S.A. Tour Kickoff (June 1984): The start of the Born in the U.S.A. tour at the Civic Center, St. Paul, marked the beginning of one of the most successful rock tours ever. Crowds mirrored Springsteen's immense popularity and the album's impact.

  • East Berlin Concert (July 1988): In East Berlin, Springsteen's concert at Radrennbahn Weißensee was a historic event, symbolizing hope and unity during the Cold War era. It was one of the largest rock concerts in East German history.

  • Reunion with the E Street Band (March 1999): The reunion tour with the E Street Band was a major event, reigniting the band's chemistry and rekindling nostalgia among fans.

  • 9/11 Tribute Performance (October 2001): At the "America: A Tribute to Heroes" telethon, Springsteen's performance of "My City of Ruins" was a poignant and moving tribute to the victims of the September 11 attacks. He later wrote the song “The Rising” as a remembrance of 9/11.

  • Vote for Change Tour (October 2004): This political advocacy tour across various U.S. cities underlined Springsteen's commitment to social and political causes, using his music as a tool for change during a crucial election year.

  • Super Bowl Halftime Show (February 2009): Springsteen's performance at the Super Bowl XLIII Halftime Show, at the Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, was a high-profile showcase, bringing his energetic showmanship to one of the world's largest television audiences. Springsteen was joined by the Miami Horns and a gospel choir.

  • Historic Broadway Residency (October 2017): Springsteen's Springsteen on Broadway at the Walter Kerr Theatre, New York, was an intimate performance series, offering a new dimension to his music and storytelling, garnering critical acclaim and media attention.

  • Reopening Broadway (June 2021): Returning for a limited run of Springsteen on Broadway at the St. James Theatre, New York, Bruce Springsteen helped herald the reopening of Broadway post-pandemic, underscoring his enduring cultural significance and the resilience of live performances.

On Stage Collaborations

  • Southside Johnny (1978): Springsteen and Southside Johnny, two Jersey Shore legends, joined forces for a raucous rendition of "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out" at the Capitol Theatre in Passaic, New Jersey. Their energy and camaraderie were infectious.

  • Chuck Berry (1986): A true rock and roll moment, Springsteen and Berry traded vocals on Berry's classic "Johnny B. Goode" at a benefit concert in St. Louis, Missouri.

  • Sting (1995): These two rock stars partnered up for a moving performance of "The River" at the Bridge School Benefit Concert in Mountain View, California. Their voices blended beautifully, and the crowd was deeply moved.

  • John Fogerty (2008): Two of America's greatest songwriters came together for a thrilling rendition of "Born to Run" at the Vote for Change concert in Des Moines, Iowa. Fogerty's guitar work and Springsteen's vocals were electrifying.

  • Tom Morello (2008): Springsteen and Morello, two outspoken musicians, joined forces for a powerful performance of "The Ghost of Tom Joad" at the Vote for Change concert in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Their passionate performance was a highlight of the night.

  • Patti Smith (2008): These two New Jersey natives teamed up for a fiery rendition of "Jungleland" at the Vote for Change concert in New York City. Smith's raw vocals and Springsteen's harmonica playing were unforgettable.

  • Little Steven Van Zandt (2010): Springsteen and his longtime guitarist, Little Steven Van Zandt, reunited for a joyous performance of "Higher and Higher" at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Their friendship and musical chemistry were evident on stage.

  • Bono (2009): This powerful duet at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, was a highlight of Springsteen's "Working on a Dream" tour. Bono's impassioned vocals added a new dimension to the classic song.

  • Sting (2009): These two rock legends teamed up for a rousing rendition of "Hungry Heart" at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Their voices meshed perfectly, and the crowd erupted in cheers.

  • Lady Gaga (2012): This unexpected collaboration at the Super Bowl halftime show was a show-stopper. Gaga's powerful vocals and Springsteen's harmonica playing created an unforgettable moment.

Bruce Springsteen Collaborations

Bruce Springsteen's studio collaborations extend beyond his records, as he has lent his talents to a variety of artists and genres. His involvement brings a unique flavor to each project, whether it's through his distinctive vocals, guitar playing, or songwriting skills. These collaborations not only highlight Springsteen's versatility as an artist but also his ability to enhance and complement the work of others in the studio.

  • The Dictators (1978): On "Faster and Louder" from The Dictators' album, Bloodbrothers, Springsteen contributed guitar tracks. His energetic playing added an extra layer of intensity to the song, fitting perfectly with the band's punk rock style.

  • Gary U.S. Bonds (1981): Springsteen played a significant role in Gary U.S. Bonds' Dedication. He co-wrote several songs, provided vocals, and played guitar, blending his rock sensibilities with Bonds' R&B style, revitalizing Bonds' career in the process.

  • Emmylou Harris (1990): For Emmylou Harris' song "Tragedy," featured on her album, Red Dirt Girl, Springsteen contributed background vocals. His voice added depth and a sense of poignancy to the track, complementing Harris' distinctive country style.

  • Sam Moore (2006): On "Better to Have and Not Need" from Sam Moore's Overnight Sensational, Springsteen's guitar and vocals added a soulful rock edge to the song, enhancing Moore's classic soul sound with a modern twist.

  • Patti Scialfa (1993): On the track "Linda Paloma," included in Patti Scialfa's album, Rumble Doll, Springsteen played guitar. His playing complemented Scialfa's vocals, adding a tender yet robust sound to the track.

  • Matt O'Ree (2016): On Matt O'Ree's "Black Boots," album, Springsteen's guitar work and backing vocals added a classic rock vibe. This collaboration highlighted his ability to seamlessly blend with blues and rock styles.

  • Garry Tallent (2017): For "Dirty Rotten Shame" from Garry Tallent's album Break Time, Springsteen contributed his guitar skills. This collaboration underscored his adaptability and willingness to support the endeavors of his long-time E Street Bandmate.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Is Bruce Springsteen still with the E Street Band?

Springsteen has been with the E Street Band consistently since 1972, except for a period between 1988 and 1999, when he recorded several albums with studio musicians.

Who are Bruce Springsteen’s stage influences?

Bruce Springsteen has mastered his own stage presence, but he has drawn inspiration from Elvis Presley, James Brown, and the Rolling Stones. Additionally, his musical influences include Bob Dylan and Van Morrison.

Are there any age restrictions for Bruce Springsteen concerts?

Most Bruce Springsteen shows are open to all ages, but check individual locales for specific details, as restrictions vary by venue.

How much are Bruce Springsteen tickets?

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Does Bruce Springsteen tour?

Bruce Springsteen tours, and has shared the stage with many incredible performers, including Neil Young, John Mellencamp, Pearl Jam, Mumford & Sons, and others. Catch him whenever you can!

Are outside food or beverages permitted inside the venue for a Bruce Springsteen concert?

Bruce Springsteen concert policies vary. Some venues allow outside food and drinks, but others prohibit it. Be sure to check the official venue website or artist event listings for specific restrictions.

How long do Bruce Springsteen concerts last?

Bruce Springsteen's concert sets typically last around 3 hours, including an encore. He and his talented band typically play around 25-30 songs during the regular set and 3-5 songs during the encore.

Are Bruce Springsteen tickets sold out?

Ticket availability for Bruce Springsteen concerts is based on venue, date, and demand. offers valid tickets that need to be resold, even if a show has been advertised as “sold out.”

Does Bruce Springsteen always tour with the E Street Band?

Bruce Springsteen has toured with the E Street Band for the majority of his career. However, in 1988, he embarked on a solo tour to support Tunnel of Love, and he hit the road solo in 2005 and 2007.