Bruce Springsteen announces 2024 UK tour - here’s how to get tickets

Bruce Springsteen and Max Weinberg perform at MetLife Stadium
Bruce Springsteen - pictured performing in 2023 - announces UK tour dates for 2024 (Getty) (Manny Carabel via Getty Images)

Bruce Springsteen has delighted fans by announcing new UK 2024 dates and here's how to get tickets to their hotly-anticipated tour.

It comes after Springsteen, 74, was forced to postpone some 2023 dates because of peptic ulcer disease.

The 2024 tour will start in Cardiff, Wales on May 5 before going to Northern Ireland, Ireland, England, France, Czech Republic, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Finland, Sweden and Norway.

One of their performances will include a trip to London's Wembley Stadium on 25 July.

The musician announced the news on his Twitter, saying: "Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band delivered 'the greatest show on earth' (Billboard) across Europe this past summer, and they’ll make a triumphant return to the continent in 2024 with a just-announced 22-show stadium run."

When and where can you buy Bruce Springsteen UK and Ireland tickets?

Nils Lofgren, Bruce Springsteen and Steven Van Zandt of the E Street Band perform
Springsteen performing at Hyde Park last year (Getty) (Gus Stewart via Getty Images)

Buy Bruce Springsteen tickets

The London, Sunderland and Cardiff tour dates will be on sale on Ticketmaster from Friday, 3 November at 10am.

Tickets for the Belfast, Kilkenny, Cork and Dublin dates will be up for grabs from Monday, 6 November at 10am.

2023 touring success

Springsteen and The E Street’s Band 2023 European tour sold more than 1.6 million tickets and included two dates in London’s Hyde Park.

It marked a huge milestone for the band as last year they performed gigs in the UK for the first time in six years.

At the end of the summer, they returned to North America where they performed their first US stadium show in seven years.

Glastonbury 2024

A festivalgoer take a rest as people leave the site at the end of Glastonbury festival
Will Springsteen perform at Glastonbury? (Getty) (OLI SCARFF via Getty Images)

Springsteen and The E Street Band now are the favourites to headline the Pyramid Stage at the 2024 festival, according to the latest odds.

Their odds have been slashed from 4/1 to 1/2 following the announcement of a Belfast date in their world tour schedule.

Madonna, Dua Lipa, and Coldplay had previously been the odds-on favourites at 4/5 to headline at the festival.

Oddschecker’s Leon Blackman said: "All change at the top of the betting market for the Pyramid Stage headliner at Glastonbury 2024 this morning.

"Following the announcement of four tour dates in Ireland in mid-May 2024, Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band are now the outright favourites to headline Glastonbury.

"Having been odds of 4/1 this morning, their implied chances of headlining have soared from 20% to 66.7% in the space of three hours. This betting market will be one to watch with tickets being released later this week."

Full list of new European dates announced:

Springsteen performing during the opening night of his North American tour at Wrigley Field
Springsteen performing during the opening night of his North American tour at Wrigley Field (Getty) (Ryan Bakerink via Getty Images)
  • 5 May: Cardiff, Wales at Principality Stadium

  • 9 May: Belfast, Northern Ireland at Boucher Road

  • 12 May: Kilkenny, Ireland at Nowlan Park

  • 16 May: Cork, Ireland at Pairc Ui Chaoimh

  • 19 May: Dublin, Ireland at Croke Park

  • 22 May: Sunderland, England at Stadium of Light

  • 25 May: Marseille, France at Orange Velodrome

  • 28 May: Prague, Czech Republic at Airport Letnany

  • 1 June: Milan, Italy at San Siro Stadium

  • 3 June: Milan, Italy at San Siro Stadium

  • 12 June: Madrid, Spain at Civitas Metropolitano

  • 14 June: Madrid, Spain at Civitas Metropoliano

  • 20 June: Barcelona, Spain at Estadi Olimpic

  • 27 June: Nijmegen, Netherlands at Goffertpark

  • 2 July: Werchter, Belgium at Werchter Park

  • 5 July: Hannover, Germany at Heinz von Heiden Arena

  • 9 July: Odense, Denmark at Dyrskuepladsen

  • 12 July: Helsinki, Finland at Olympic Stadium

  • 15 July: Stockholm, Sweden at Friends Arena

  • 18 July: Stockholm, Sweden at Friends Arena

  • 21 July: Bergen, Norway at Dokken

  • 25 July: London, England at Wembley Stadium

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