Bruce Springsteen London

Bruce Springsteen will together with the E-Street Band visit lots of cities in Europe in 2024. It all starts in Cardiff on May 5, followed by concerts in Belfast, Sunderland, Marseille, Prague, Milan, Madrid, Barcelona, Nijmegen, Stockholm, and Bergen, before they return to the United Kingdom to have two final concerts at the Wembley Stadium in London.

It isn’t a coincidence that Bruce Springsteen is referred to as The King. He was born in 1949, the same year as other celebrities such as Meryl Streep, Lionel Richie, John Belushi and Billy Joel. Even though he is getting older, he is still fit enough to be on the stage several times per week, and it is impressing that he will sing and play in front of a packed Wembley Stadium (meaning more than 80,000 people) twice in July 2024.

Would you like to be there at one of the Bruce Springsteen concerts at Wembley Stadium in 2024? Use the ticket link below to buy ticketes for any of the London concerts.

Would you like even more fun in London this summer? Do not forget about the fantastic music festivals such as BST Hyde Park, All Points East, and also the fact that Taylor Swift will sing several times in London this summer as well.

Bruce Springsteen London 2024

  • Dates: July 25 & July 27
  • Location: Wembley Stadium
  • Tickets: Viagogo

Buy your tickets for the concert today if you want to be there at Wembley.

Why do people like Bruce Springsteen?

Below you have three quotes about Bruce Springsteen explaining why people like him and his lyrics and music.

“Bruce Springsteen is often hailed as a ‘blue-collar poet’ whose lyrics resonate with the struggles and aspirations of the working class. His ability to capture the essence of the American experience has made him a timeless figure in music.”

DeCurtis, Anthony. “Bruce Springsteen: A Biography.” Knopf, 2012.

“Springsteen’s music is a unique blend of rock, folk, and soul, reflecting his deep appreciation for various American musical traditions. His versatility as a songwriter and performer has contributed to his enduring influence in the music industry.”

Marsh, Dave. “Born to Run: The Bruce Springsteen Story.” Harmony Books, 1979.

“Beyond his musical prowess, Bruce Springsteen is recognized for his socially conscious songwriting, addressing issues such as inequality, political unrest, and the human condition. His commitment to using his platform for social change has solidified his legacy as a voice for the people through his music.”

Hilburn, Robert. “Bruce Springsteen: The Rising.” Broadway Books, 2003.

As you understand, you are not the only one who is a fan of Bruce Springsteen. We hope you will have a wonderful time in London and that you will enjoy the Bruce Springsteen concerts at the Wembley Stadium. If you want to read more about other concerts and events in London, visit our London calendar.

Bruce Springsteen London 2013

Here’s the new year and a new start with it – for everyone. This is a pretty good news for everybody, especially for music-lovers, because they will have a lot of opportunities in this year. A human don’t have enough time to enjoy everything that is good, so let us focus in one one person you for sure do not want to miss: Bruce Springsteen.

Mr. Springsteen counts as a veteran in the music life. He was born in New Jersey, 1949. He is an active musician since 1965. Despite that he fought a lot for the admission, the Born to Run album has brought the real success for the singer and his band, the E Street Band, just in 1975. The singer with the characteristic hoarse sound has just given a new album, the Wrecking Ball. He and his band going to start a world wide concert tour to show this fantastic job to their fans.

Moreover, the British people can call really lucky themselves, because they will have opportunities to see the Bruce Springsteen concerts in two different months, June and July.

The British tiny tour’s first place is going to be at 19 PM 15 June 2013 in the famous Wembley Stadion, in London. The next stop is going to be at 19 PM again, 18 June 2013 in the Hampden Park in Glasgow. The next concert is going to be at 16.30 PM, two days later, 20 June 2013 in the Ricoh Arena-Stadion in Coventry.

Bruce Springsteen will say a short good bye after the British staying, but don’t worry, he will come back to perform in for example Belfast in July, so you can check out his concert there as well!

Bruce Springsteen London 2013

Wembley Stadium
June 15th, 17.00

Tickets: Seatwave.comViagogo – WorldTicketShop

Bruce Springsteen concert in London 2013
Bruce Springsteen concert in London 2013