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Clocking in at the ripe young age of 62, New Jersey local Bruce Springsteen shows no signs of slowing down, recently adding dates to the already epic North American tour in support of his new record. Wrecking Ball, the latest output from the iconic Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band has already sprung them into a huge outing across the nation and internationally.
According to The Los Angeles Times, since wrapping up a North American tour, and a tour overseas, The Boss has added 16 additional dates in the states. This should be a treat for any fans who may have missed their opportunity to see Bruce play his hits live.
The performances seem to be shaping up into a legendary experience, as Rolling Stone reports that his shows last nearly 4 hours. That is not only impressive for a bunch of senior rockers, but also a grandiose spectacle for fans of The Boss.
Bruce’s seventeenth full length album, Wrecking Ball, dropped back in March, and he has been on the road promoting it ever since. The tickets for the shows, which go on sale in August, could sell out within seconds of going on sale.
You can check out the tour dates here.