Wednesday, 5 September 2012

Bruce Springsteen to play Northwest, but not Seattle

The Boss is headed to the Northwest. Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band play Rogers Arena in Vancouver, B.C., Nov. 26 and Portland's Rose Garden Arena Nov. 28. Tickets for the Portland show go on sale at 10 a.m. Sept. 22, and at 10 a.m. Sept. 28 for the Vancouver show. There will be no Seattle show.

Friday, 3 August 2012

Wrecking Ball World Tour extended by Bruce Springsteen

Bruce Springsteen extends Wrecking Ball fall tourAn additional 16 dates are being added to the fall North American leg of his Wrecking Ball World Tour confirmed by Bruce Springsteen.

The extra dates going to be commence on October 19 in Scotiabank Place in Ottawa, ON and will end on December 6 in Glendale, AZ at the Arena.

On 19th March the tour had been commenced by Bruce in the U.S. in Greensboro, NC at the Greensboro Coliseum and played 19 shows in U.S.he took the tour overseas performing at venues across Europe beginning in Sevilla, Spain on May 13.

His European leg of the Wrecking Ball tour has just been ended up on July 31 in Helsinki, Finland..Now after the two weeks of break the Wrecking Ball is set to pick up again in U.S.The show will be commencing from August Fenway Park in Boston, MA. TicketNews previously reported on Springteen’s stadium tour, which is also stopping at Gillettte Stadium, Citizens Bank Park, Wrigley Field, and MetLife Stadium.

"A lot of dates have sold out," Jim Holzman, the CEO of Ace Ticket, explained of the ticket sales for Springsteen's original dates for the fall tour. The sold out venues include Chicago, IL, at Wrigley Field, according to his official website. "He is adding dates because demand has been so strong. I think they'll sell well," Holzman said of the fall dates that were added beginning in October.

Sunday, 22 July 2012

Second Longest Ever Show by Bruce!!!

Bruce & E-street band collaboratively performed three-hour-and-47-minute show in which they played a 33-songs,on Saturday at the Valle Hovin in Oslo, Norway.

Among the 33 songs, was the premiere of "Ain't Good Enough for You" an outtake from "Darkness on the Edge of Town" which was officially released on 2010's "Promise" box set.

Also a tweet by @BobOverland said before Bruce played "We Are Alive" he said: "Where the sun never sets and no curfews. Llivenation can kiss our behind!" referring to what happened last Saturday in London.
The 33rd song of the show was "Night." I'm pretty sure that's the first time it has ever closed a show.

Show began at 7:34 p.m. local time (six hours ahead of New Jersey)

Set list:
1. The Promised Land (Acoustic)
2. No Surrender
3. Two Hearts
4. We Take Care Of Our Own
5. Badlands
6. Wrecking Ball
7. Death To My Hometown
8. My City Of Ruins
9. Spirit In The Night
10. Ain't Good Enough For You (sign request, Wrecking Ball Tour premiere)
11. Hungry Heart (sign request)
12. Streets of Fire (sign request, tour premiere)
13. Prove it All Night
14. Johnny 99
15. Working on the Highway
16. Shackled & Drawn
17. Waiting On A Sunny Day
18. Raise Your Hand
19. Rocky Ground
20. The River
21. The Promise (Solo Piano)
22. The Rising
23. Lonesome Day
24. Land of Hope and Dreams
25. We Are Alive
26. Born in the U.S.A.
27. Born To Run
28. Glory Days
29. Seven Nights To Rock
30. Dancing in the Dark
31. Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
32. Twist and Shout
33. Night
Show over at 11:21 p.m. for a 3:47 show.