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Bruce Springsteen Is Ill, Postpones Two Tour Dates

(Qnnflash) – Bruce Springsteen’s health has prompted the postponement of two eagerly anticipated shows in Philadelphia. The iconic musician’s recent bout of illness has led to the rescheduling of concerts that were initially planned for Wednesday and Friday nights. Springsteen, renowned for his energetic performances, now faces the task of recovering before his upcoming tour dates are affected. The forthcoming scheduled concerts for his band, the E Street Band, are slated for just over a week away – August 24 and 26 in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

This marks the third time in the year that health issues have led to a performance rescheduling or cancellation within Springsteen’s tour schedule. In March, concerts in Albany, Columbus, and Uncasville, CT were postponed and subsequently rescheduled for September, with the explanation provided as “due to illness,” though specific details remained undisclosed.

In a separate incident in April, both Springsteen and his wife Patti Scialfa were compelled to cancel an appearance after testing positive for COVID. Fortunately, this occurred during a tour break, sparing the actual tour dates from disruption. Their absence at the inaugural American Music Honors awards show in New Jersey did not impede their swift recovery, as they promptly resumed their tour after a two-week hiatus.

Throughout the course of the 2023 tour, the E Street Band has encountered a few instances of missing members. Notably, Steven Van Zandt, Nils Lofgren, Soozie Tyrell, and Jake Clemons were absent for a limited number of shows. Despite these challenges, the band continues to maintain a rigorous touring schedule.

Springsteen and the E Street Band have a dynamic itinerary for the remainder of the year, except for a planned month-long hiatus in October. The 2023 tour predominantly traverses the east coast until the end of September, followed by performances in Canada throughout November. The tour’s finale is set to unfold in the southwestern United States during the first half of December, culminating in shows in San Francisco on December 10 and 12. Amidst these dynamic performances and the recent challenges, Springsteen’s resilience and enduring musical legacy continue to captivate audiences worldwide.

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