Bruce Springsteen just finished touring down under, but the rock and roll legend is still on top. After completing a successful month long journey through Australia and New Zealand, “The Boss” is on his way back to the United States for the much-anticipated North American leg of his High Hopes Tour. The show supports the music from his eighteenth career studio album, High Hopes, released earlier this year on January 14. Joining Springsteen on tour are his traditional sidekicks, the E Street Band, along with new pal, guitarist, Tom Morello.
The American portion of the tour will begin on Sunday, April 6 at Reunion Park in Dallas, Texas as part of the March Madness Music Festival the night before the NCAA National Title basketball game at AT&T Stadium. Springsteen will wrap up six weeks later with back-to-back shows at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT on May 17 and 18. In total, he will put on 17 performances at 16 different venues nationwide, subdued for a typical Springsteen tour.
Bruce Springsteen tickets were first made available back on February 14 and later found their way onto the secondhand market at inflated prices. Today, the average ticket price is sitting at $260. Fans just looking to get in to Springsteen’s April 19 Charlotte show, at Time Warner Cable Arena, can do so for only $90. The average Bruce Springsteen Charlotte tickets are going for $361. Two days later, and about 150 miles east, fans can rock out with Bruce at Raleigh’s PNC Arena where Bruce Springsteen Raleigh tickets can be had for as low as $89.
Those looking to attend the Pittsburgh and Atlanta shows, on April 22 and 26, respectively, can find the two biggest bargains on the tour. Both Bruce Springsteen Pittsburgh tickets at the Consol Energy Center and Bruce Springsteen Atlanta tickets at Aaron’s Amphitheater at Lakewood have a get-in price of just $48. The final two performances on the tour carry expensive price tags, though. Bruce Springsteen Connecticut tickets for his May 17 performance at Mohegan Sun have an average ticket price of $481 with a get-in price of $165. The following night, fans can sing along inside the building for $142 with an average price of $399.
If Springsteen’s American tour is anything like what just transpired on the other side of the world, domestic fans should have “High Hopes” for the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer.