The European run will mark the first tour for Springsteen and E Street since Clarence Clemens passed away June 18 from complications from a stroke. So far, there has been no official word as to who will replace the Big Man on the upcoming global trek.
Having announced four shows last week, the picture across the pond is beginning to firm up. Newly announced gigs include Seville, Spain, at Estadio Olimpico May 13; Frankfurt, Germany, at Rhein Energie Stadion May 27; Milan, Italy, at Stadio Meaza June 7; Montpellier, France, at Park & Suites Arena June 19; Paris at Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy July 4-5; Prague in Czech Republic at Synot Tip Arena July 11; Dublin’s RDS Arena July 18; and Goteborg, Sweden, at Ullevi Stadium July 27.
There are also a few festival stops with Springsteen and E Street playing Pinkpop in Landgraaf, Netherlands, May 28; Rock In Rio - Lisbon June 3; and Denmark’s Roskilde Festival July 7. Announced last week were stops at England’s Isle Of Wight Festival June 24 and London’s Hard Rock Calling July 14.
Many shows go on sale this week. Visit BruceSpringsteen.net for more info.