Bruce Springsteen & The E Road Band have postponed the rest of their September tour dates with plans to ‘decide these exhibits up after which some’ at a later date, as The Boss undergoes therapy for a gastrointestinal situation.
Bruce Springsteen is suspending the remainder of his concert events in September with the E Road Band whereas he receives therapy for signs of peptic ulcer illness. The 73-year-old musician shared on social media on Wednesday that he’s being handled for a gastrointestinal situation, and medical advisors advisable that he postpone the rest of his September exhibits.
“Over right here on E Road, we’re heartbroken to must postpone these exhibits,” reads a message attributed to the Boss himself on Instagram. “First, apologies to our fabulous Philly followers who we missed just a few weeks in the past. We’ll be again to choose these exhibits up after which some.”
“Thanks in your understanding and help. We’ve been having a blast at our US exhibits, and we’re wanting ahead to extra nice occasions,” the message concludes. “We’ll be again quickly.”
Springsteen and his band had eight remaining concert events scheduled via the top of September. They performed their most up-to-date present on Sunday at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. The information follows the heels of Springsteen having canceled two exhibits final month, releasing a message that he had “taken in poor health.”
The announcement assured ticket holders for the affected dates that data for the rescheduled exhibits will probably be forthcoming. The postponed September exhibits are as follows:
- 7 | JMA Wi-fi Dome — Syracuse, NY
- 9 | Oriole Park at Camden Yards — Baltimore, MD
- 12 | PPG Paints Area — Pittsburgh, PA
- 14 | PPG Paints Area — Pittsburgh, PA
- 16 | Mohegan Solar Area — Uncasville, CT
- 19 | MVP Area — Albany, NY
- 21 | Nationwide Area — Columbus, OH
- 29 | Nationals Park — Washington, DC
The Bosses’ most up-to-date tour has attracted consideration for its wildly fluctuating ticket costs enabled by Ticketmaster’s dynamic pricing mannequin. Tickets for the tour had been as little as $6 in some markets—whereas costing hundreds in his house market of New Jersey.