Last-Minute Cancellation: Bruce Springsteen Scraps Concert Just Hours Before Showtime
Bruce Springsteen has canceled his concert in Philadelphia due to an unknown illness. The 73-year-old singer informed his followers on his X...
Bruce Springsteen Cancels Philadelphia Concert Due to Illness
Bruce Springsteen has canceled his concert in Philadelphia due to an unknown illness. The 73-year-old singer informed his followers on his X account that he had "taken ill" and would be postponing the show, along with another scheduled for Friday. Both concerts were part of the "Springsteen & E Street Band 2023 Tour."
Concerts Postponed, New Dates to be Announced
Bruce Springsteen has announced that his upcoming concerts with The E Street Band in Philadelphia have been postponed due to his illness. The concerts were scheduled to take place at Citizens Bank Park on August 16 and 18. Springsteen apologized for the inconvenience caused and assured fans that new dates for the concerts will be announced soon.
Bruce Springsteen has announced that he is working on rescheduling his upcoming shows. He has asked fans to hold on to their tickets as they will still be valid for the rescheduled dates.
Bruce Springsteen, the singer of the hit song "Born In the U.S.A.," has recently canceled a concert due to an undisclosed illness. The cancellation was announced on Springsteen's social media accounts just a few hours before the scheduled start time. No further details about the illness or the rescheduled dates have been provided. Fans who had already traveled to attend the concert expressed their disappointment on social media.
Tour Updates and Postponements
Bruce Springsteen's next tour date is scheduled for August 24, 2023, at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts. The tour began in February in Florida but was interrupted in March when Springsteen had to postpone a few shows due to an illness.
Several shows on a tour have been postponed in Albany, New York, Columbus, Ohio, and Uncasville, Connecticut. The reason for the postponement is a health issue, although no specific details have been provided. The tour is expected to continue with upcoming stops in Canada, Arizona, and various locations in California, with the final show scheduled for December in San Francisco.