Bruce Springsteen will be performing at the Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on September 7 & 9, 2016. TicketProcess.com offers an abundance of last minute tickets for fans that are still looking for tickets.
Bruce Springsteen is an American musician, singer-songwriter best known for his work with the E Street Band. He released his first album, Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J., in 1973 as well as releasing his second album, The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle, that same year. His most notable albums include the 1975 album, Born to Run, and 1984’s, Born in the USA. Springsteen is currently on his 2016, The River Tour where the singer is set to perform 75 shows in North America and Europe.
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