Bruce Springsteen announces a third concert at the Cívitas Metropolitano Stadium in Madrid on June 17

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Bruce Springsteen will offer a third concert in the Cívitas Metropolitano Stadium in Madrid the next June 17after selling about 100,000 entries in less than an hour of those already planned 12 and June 14ththe promoter Doctor Music reported this Tuesday.

Tickets for the June 17 concert are now on sale through and The price is 65, 72, 82, 92, 108 and 128 euros for reserved seat tickets in the stands and 128 euros for Front Court and 88 euros for Back Court (distribution costs not included). A maximum of 6 tickets can be purchased per purchase.

On the other hand, the American musician and his band, The E Street Bandthey will also play in the Barcelona Olympic Stadium on June 20all within his tour 2024 WorldTour, which will include 22 performances in stadiums across Europe, which will begin on May 5 in Cardiff (United Kingdom). Tickets for this concert in Barcelona will go on sale next Tuesday. November 14th, from 10:00 a.m..

These Springsteen concerts in Spain mark his return after the double concert that the artist offered last spring in Barcelona as the start of the 2023 European tour. Previously, they will complete a 24-concert tour of North America, which will open on March 19 in Phoenix (USA).

As we have already mentioned, Springsteen’s new European tour in 2024 consists of 22 concerts and will begin in Cardiff (Wales) on May 5, the date after which he will visit belfast (North Ireland), Kilkenny, Cork, Dublin (Ireland), SunderlandEdit (England), Marseilles (France), Prague (Czechia), Milan (Italy), Madrid and Barcelona.

It will also pass through Nijmegen (Netherlands), Werchter (Belgium), Hanoverr (Germany), Odense (Denmark), Helsinki (Finland), Stockholm (Sweden), Bergen (Norway) to conclude at Wembley Stadium in London on July 25.

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band’s 2023 European tour sold more than 1.6 million tickets, with performances in London’s Hyde Park and a final concert in Monza, Italy, before more than 70,000 people.


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