Bruce Springsteen’s Wrecking Ball swings across North America
To some he’s The Boss. To others he’s Brooooooce. Either way, Bruce Springsteen is an American rock icon. With Wrecking Ball, his seventeenth studio record, Springsteen has proven that he’s as incredibly relevant as ever, marrying contemporary working class themes with increasingly diverse songwriting.
Springsteen is taking Wrecking Ball on the road, and anyone that has seen Bruce’s live show can attest that fans get their money’s worth and more. His reputation for energy-packed, 3+ hour long shows precedes him; Springsteen manages to mix new tracks with his biggest songs from the past four decades. At 62, Springsteen shows no sign of slowing down and brings frenetic energy artists half his age can only envy.
Included in Springsteen’s 2012 Wrecking Ball tour are stops in Toronto, Washington, DC, and three nights in Boston. Tickets for this tour are selling quickly and it will come as no surprise all dates are expected to sell out.
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