18th June 2013
Tickets: Start at £50
Location: Hampden Park
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band are returning to Scotland for one gig only at Hampden Park, Glasgow.
Bruce Springsteen is a rock and roll institution. And with songs like ‘Born to Run’, ‘Thunder Road’, ‘Hungry Heart’, ‘Born in the USA’, ‘The River’, ‘Streets of Philadelphia’ and ‘The Rising’ to name but a few, Bruce is an artist with a formidable back catalogue.
And now the Boss is back with his 17th studio album, ‘Wrecking Ball’, which has had mass critical acclaim and praise. As always, Springsteen continues to create amazing music that not only exudes passion and dedication but remains relevant to every age and every audience across the globe.
Bruce last played in Scotland in July 2009 at Hampden Park in Glasgow in support of his newly released album ‘Working on a Dream’, and now, 4 years later he will return to Scotland to play at Hampden Stadium once again on the 18th of June 2013.
Having played sell-out tours all over the world in the past few years, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street band will return to Scotland for a performance that is sure to go down as one of Hampden Parks’ most memorable ever.
He will be back in Scotland with The E Street Band line-up of Garry Tallent (Bass), Max Weinberg (Drums), Roy Bittan (Keyboards), Steven Van Zandt (Lead Guitar), Nils Lofgren (Guitar), Patti Scialfa (Backing vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Percussion), Soozie Tyrell (Violin) and Charles Giordano (organ).
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