Just announced today, Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band will be touring the U.S. next year. According to a press release, their 31 performances across the United States will kick off their 2023 international tour. This will be Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band's first tour dates since 2017 and their first U.S. tour since 2016.

The international tour will start on February 1st in Tampa, Florida, and Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band will be playing around the U.S. until April 14th in New Jersey before they head over to Europe. They will be touring Europe through July and they may be coming back to the U.S. According to a press release, Springsteen and The E Street Band will begin a second to-be-announced North American tour leg in August.

What is even more exciting is that Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band will have two shows in New England. They will be performing at Mohegan Sun on Sunday, March, 12th, and at the TD Garden on Monday, March 20th. Tickets will go on sale for the TD Garden show on Wednesday, July 20th, and for the Mohegan Sun show on Friday, July 22nd.

According to a press release, tickets will be going on sale over the next two weeks for the U.S. tour. The first round of tickets will be on sale on Wednesday, July, 20th from 10 am until 2 pm. It is important to note that in order to get tickets you will need to be a Ticketmaster Verified Fan. You can register to be a fan now through Sunday, July 17th. That will be the only way to purchase tickets as you will receive a code that you will need to use, however, according to a press release, registering does not guarantee that you will get the code or have the ability to purchase tickets.

If there are still tickets left, then they will go on sale to the general public (therefore, you do not need to be a Ticketmaster Verified Fan) starting at 3 pm on July 20th.

You can register to become a Ticketmaster Verified Fan here.

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