Bruce Springsteen plots US and European tour

The E Street Band will join The Boss for first jaunt in five years

Bruce Springsteen plots US and European tour
Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band have announced their first major tour of the US, UK and Europe in five years.

The autumn jaunt is set to begin in Hartford, Connecticut on October 2. They'll hit major US and Canadian cities including Philadelphia, Toronto, New York and Los Angeles before concluding the American leg in Boston on November 18.

The Boss will then head to Spain to begin the European leg of the tour on November 25. They'll hit several European countries before playing their final date in London on December 19.

Springsteen will be supporting his forthcoming album, 'Magic', which is due out on October 1, as previously reported.

The tour dates are:

Hartford, CT Hartford Civic Center (October 2)
Philadelphia, PA Wachovia Center (5)
East Rutherford, NJ Continental Arena (9, 10)
Ottawa, ONT Civic Centre (14)
Toronto, ONT Air Canada Centre (15)
New York, NY Madison Square Garden (17, 18)
Chicago, IL United Center (21)
Oakland, CA Oracle Arena (26)
Los Angeles, CA TBA (28)
St. Paul, MN Xcel Energy Center (November 2)
Cleveland, OH Quicken Loans Arena (4)
Auburn Hills, MI Palace Of Auburn Hills (5)
Washington, DC Verizon Arena (11)
Pittsburgh, PA Mellon Arena (14)
Albany, NY Times Union Center (15)
Boston, MA TD Banknorth Garden (18)
Madrid, Spain Palacio De Deportes (25)
Bilbao, Spain Bilbao Ex. Centre (26)
Milan, Italy Datchforum (28)
Arnhem, Netherlands Geldredome (30)
Mannheim, Germany Sap Arena (December 2)
Oslo, Norway Oslo Spektrum (4)
Copenhagen, Denmark Forum Copenhagen (8)
Stockholm, Sweden Globe Arena (10)
Antwerp, Belgium Sports Paleis (12)
Cologne, Germany Koln Arena (13)
Belfast, Ireland Odyssey Arena (15)
Paris, France Palais Omnisports (17)
London O2 Arena (19)


--By our Los Angeles staff.
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