A Vegas stop has been added to Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band’s 2024 world tour

Today, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band revealed that their acclaimed 2024 World Tour will include a much-anticipated date in Las Vegas, marking their first visit back to the city in 20 years. On Friday, March 22, Bruce and the band will play at the T-Mobile Arena. The tour is still scheduled to start on March 19 in Phoenix, AZ, and end on November 22 in Vancouver, BC, following a protracted trip around the world. On Thursday, December 14, tickets will go on sale for the additional date. They will be offered on StubHub when they go on sale, and orders placed there are 100% guaranteed thanks to the FanProtect program. Due to demand, prices on StubHub, a secondary market ticketing platform, may be higher or cheaper than face value.

Demand for Springsteen’s epic live performances has increased more than ever after he had to postpone a significant portion of his 2023 tour because to health concerns. It’s reasonable to assume that this tour will include a few more surprise dates, so keep an eye out. Don’t pass up the opportunity to watch one of the greatest performers of all time, whether it’s at a nearby concert venue or Las Vegas at the T-Mobile Arena. Get your tickets at StubHub right now for the 2024 World Tour of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band since they are selling out quickly.
Bruce Springsteen 2024 World Tour Dates and Venues
03/19 – Phoenix, Arizona – Footprint Center
03/22 – Las Vegas, Nevada – T-Mobile Arena (NEW)
03/25 – San Diego, California – Pechanga Arena
03/28 – San Francisco, California – Chase Center
03/31 – San Francisco, California – Chase Center
04/04 – Inglewood, California – KIA Forum
04/07 – Inglewood, California – KIA Forum
04/12 – Uncasville, Connecticut – Mohegan Sun Arena
04/15 – Albany, New York – NVP Arena
04/18 – Syracuse, New York – JMA Wireless Dome
04/21 – Columbus, Ohio – Nationwide Arena
05/05 – Cardiff, Wales – Principality Stadium
05/09 – Belfast, Northern Ireland – Boucher Road
05/12 – Kilkenny, Ireland – Nowlan Park
05/16 – Cork, Ireland – Pairc Ui Chaoimh
05/19 – Dublin, Ireland – Croke Park
05/22 – Sunderland, England – Stadium of Light
05/25 – Marseille, France – Orange Velodrome
05/28 – Prague, Czech Republic – Airport Letnany
06/01 – Milan, Italy – San Siro
06/03 – Milan, Italy – San Siro
06/12 – Madrid, Spain – Civitas Metropolitano
06/14 – Madrid, Spain – Civitas Metropolitano
06/17 – Madrid, Spain – Civitas Metropolitano
06/20 – Barcelona, Spain – Estadi Olímpic
06/22 – Barcelona, Spain – Estadi Olímpic
06/27 – Nijmegen, Netherlands – Goffertpark
06/29 – Nijmegen, Netherlands – Goffertpark
07/02 – Werchter, Belgium – Werchter Park
07/05 – Hannover, Germany – Heinz von Heiden-Arena (Niedersachsenstadion)
07/09 – Odense, Denmark – Dyrskuepladsen
07/12 – Helsinki, Finland – Olympic Stadium
07/15 – Stockholm, Sweden – Friends Arena
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