Bruce Springsteen to hit South Africa!

Bruce Springsteen ticketsDo you know where Bruce Springsteen was born? IN THE USA!

Big Concerts recently announced that Bruce Springsteen and the E street Band will be coming to South Africa early next year. Can I get a “hell yeah”!

This once in a lifetime event to see The Boss and his band performing, will be taking place on Tuesday 28th January and Wednesday 29th January at the Bellville Velodrome Cape Town. Residents of Gauteng can expect to see Bruce Springsteen perform on the 1st of February at the FNB Stadium, Johannesburg.

Springsteen has been hooked on music since the age of seven after seeing Elvis Presley perform for the very first time. He got his very first guitar when he turned thirteen. Since then he has sold over 65 million albums (IN THE USA!) and over a 120 million albums worldwide.

He also has a list of various awards behind his name. These include twenty Grammy Awards, two Golden Globes, and an Academy Award, to mention just a few. The Rolling Stone Magazine ranked his two songs “Born to Run” and “Thunder Road” in their Top 500 Greatest all time greatest hits.

This show promises to be action packed with a two and a half hour live performance. Fans can expect to hear a collection of all his hits from the past thirty years.

Tickets to this amazing event are already on sale from Big Concerts and Computicket. There are some Bruce Springsteen tickets for sale on Junk Mail, but there should be lots more in the coming weeks.

Keep your eyes open for these tickets, as they will be sure to sell out like hot cakes! We will also keep you up to date with all the latest news about the concert and tickets.

To get you pumped up for The Boss and the E Street Band, here is a song that is sure to get you all amped & excited (just in case you aren’t already…)

Heinrich van den Worm

Head of Social and Media Strategist @AVATAR_ZA | Went barefoot for a year for charity | Not a guru | Compadre

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