Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band will be bringing their legendary show to Albany’s Times Union Center on May 13. This is part of the first leg of United States dates for Bruce since 2012. Bruce is known for pushing the envelope at concerts, with not only playing his own numbers, but covering great old rock numbers as well as taking requests from audience members.
The last time he came to Albany in 2007, it was Danny Federici’s second to last show as a full member of The E Street Band before passing away in 2008. There have been plenty of changes in the band since that stop in Albany. Clarence Clemons has also passed away, a four-part horn section and a chorus have been added, and on some occasions Tom Morello plays in the band too.
They will be supporting his latest record, High Hopes, which came out last month. Tickets will be going on sale this Friday, February 14 at 10AM. Tickets are going to go quick for these as this is the only New York show of the tour at the moment. Don’t sleep in on Friday and make sure you get tickets to what is going to be one of the hottest shows of the Spring.