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Bruce Springsteen tours so frequently that if you miss him once, there is a strong chance he’ll be back again. If you didn’t get to see him during his last U.S. tour, he’s hitting the road here again this Spring.
The Boss recently wrapped up a tour of South Africa and is next heading to Australia and New Zealand, but he plans on heading back to the States for the first time since High Hopes hit store shelves last month. The new album featured a mix of new tracks and leftovers from the past decade. High Hopes peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and is at No. 29 this week.
Springsteen unveiled the new dates on his site. The 15-date tour kicks off on April 8 at the US Bank Arena in Cincinnati. Next, he heads to Virginia Beach, Va. before heading back West to Columbus, Ohio. Other cities on the tour include Pittsburgh, Charlotte, Nashville, Atlanta, Tampa, Houston and Albany, NY. The tour wraps up with two dates in May at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Connecticut.
The “Wrecking Ball” singer will also perform at the New Orleans Jazz Festival on May 3.
Some tickets go on sale on Friday, making it the perfect Valentine’s Day gift.