This will be the first time Bruce Springsteen and E Street Band have toured since completing their The River Tour in February 2017.

NEW YORK – The boss goes on the road again, and with him goes the band E Street Band.

Rockers announced Monday that they will begin a tour of the arena in February in the United States, followed by a show at the stadium that will begin in April in Europe.

Details of the cities the rockers will visit in the US will be announced later, but this will be the first time the band has toured since completing The River Tour in Australia in February 2017.

“After six years, I look forward to meeting our wonderful and loyal fans next year,” Springsteen said in a statement.

European concerts will start on April 28 in Barcelona, the announcement said. Other stops in Europe will include Dublin, Paris, Rome, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, and the last European show announced so far will take place on July 25 in Monza, Italy. Concerts in Britain and Belgium will also be announced later.

Dates in North America will be divided into two segments, and the second phase will begin in August.

The band’s latest release was the 2020 album “Letter to You”.

Full list of announced tour dates:

April 28, 2023: Barcelona, ​​Spain – Olympic Stadium

May 5, 2023: Dublin, Ireland – RDS Arena

May 7, 2023: Dublin, Ireland – RDS Arena

May 13, 2023: Paris, France – Arena La Defense

May 18, 2023: Ferrara, Italy – Park of Urbana G. Basani

May 21, 2023: Rome, Italy – Circo Massimo

May 25, 2023: Amsterdam, Netherlands – Johan Cruyff Arena

June 11, 2023: Landgraaf, The Netherlands – Megaland

June 13, 2023: Zurich, Switzerland – Stadion Letzigrund

June 21, 2023: Dusseldorf, Germany – Merkur Spiel Arena

June 24, 2023: Gothenburg, Sweden – Ulevi

June 26, 2023: Gothenburg, Sweden – Ulevi

June 30, 2023: Oslo, Norway – Voldslyok

July 11, 2023: Copenhagen, Denmark – Parken

July 13, 2023: Copenhagen, Denmark – Parken

July 15, 2023: Hamburg, Germany – Volksparkstadion

July 18, 2023: Vienna, Austria – Ernst Happel Stadium

July 23, 2023: Munich, Germany – Olympic Stadium

July 25, 2023: Monza, Italy – Prata della Gerasia, Monza Motorway

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