Bruce Springsteen Tickets

On his High Hopes World Tour, Bruce Springsteen, joined by his backing E Street Band, is going to trek across the world. Along the way, Tom Morello will be joining in as a special guest. The three legged tour started on 28th January and currently plans to play 33 dates. This is going to be the most extensive tour of Springsteen and E Street Band yet. Their US Spring leg of the tour is going to begin in April from Cincinnati, Ohio. Bruce Springsteen tickets for the upcoming concerts have now been made available and are selling fast.

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Bruce Springsteen


High Hopes World Tour

Hit Songs:

Paradise, Worlds Apart, Born to Run

The Boss in Making

Famous for his emotionally poetic lyrics, Bruce Springsteen nicknamed “The Boss”, has been recording music and touring since 1965. He has come a long way in these four decades of his career and in the process earned himself a huge fan following. His lyrics are based on the struggles of working American class, political sentiments as well as the lives of New Jersey natives. His most popular albums to date, “Born to Run” and “Born in the U.S.A” are both based on the struggles faced by the Americans. Selling more than sixty-four million records in the US alone, Springsteen is currently the fifteenth top selling musician of all time.

Bruce Springsteen’s passion for music was discovered at the age of seven, when he watched Elvis Presley’s performance at The Ed Sullivan Show. Keeping in mind his endless love for music, his mother bought him his first guitar at thirteen. Deciding to pursue a music career, in the early 60s Springsteen started to perform with different bands in various New Jersey clubs. After years of struggle, he landed a contract with Columbia Records in the early 70s. During that time, he brought several of his musician friends to the studio with him, thus bringing to life the E Street Band.

With E Street Band and Beyond

Bruce Springsteen released his debut record titled, “Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J.” Though the initial sales were slow, Springsteen managed to earn critical acclaim. The artist found real breakthrough success in 1975, when he, along with his E Street Band started ten-show, five nights stand at Bottom Line Club in New York, which managed to attract media and crowds consisting of hundreds of fans. There onwards Springsteen never looked back. He has recently released his eighteenth studio record titled “High Hopes” and now will be embarking on his 2014 tour by the same name. He will be joined by his backing band.

Bruce Springsteen, along with his E Street Band has collaborated with a number of artists from across the world. His fame isn’t restricted to the US alone; he has been regarded as one of the finest singers of his time worldwide. He has been appreciated for his heartfelt songs that everyone can relate to in one way or more. Over the decades, he has won many awards and recognitions, including his inclusion in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as well as Songwriters Hall of Fame. He is also the winner of twenty Grammys.


Did You Know

  • President Obama is one of Bruce Springsteen’s biggest fans.
  • Springsteen was a rebel at school and was always breaking rules.
  • The first song he started to play on the guitar was Twist and Stout by The Beatles.
  • Patti Scialfa, Springsteen’s wife is a member of the E Street Band.
  • Springsteen can play guitar, harmonica and piano.