Bruce Springsteen, the famous singer, have stomach ailment forces the postponement of his tour in September 2023.
Famous music superstar Bruce Springsteen has officially canceled the remaining dates of his September 2023 concert tour due to his health. Springsteen has been experiencing symptoms of a peptic ulcer, significantly affecting his quality of life.
Bruce Springsteen: Tour Postponement Announcement
The announcement officially states that the Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band 2023 Tour will be postponed. It’s commencing with the soloist’s performance at the JMA Wireless Dome in New York on Thursday, September 7th (US time).
The statement confirms that Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band have canceled their upcoming September 2023 performances, beginning with tomorrow’s show at the JMA Wireless Dome in Syracuse, New York.
Mr. Springsteen has been hospitalized due to symptoms of a peptic ulcer. His doctors have advised him to postpone the rest of his September shows until he recovers. The formal announcement was made via the @springsteen Twitter account.
Bruce Springsteen Apologizes to Fans
The “Born to Run” singer extends his heartfelt apologies to those who had already purchased tickets to his shows. Springsteen has also expressed his intention to resume his U.S. concert tour by scheduling substitute performances.
He thanked the audience for the enjoyable moments they shared at his concerts across the United States and expressed his anticipation of reuniting with them.
In particular, Springsteen apologized to his Philadelphia audience for the cancellations of his August 16th and 18th shows due to illness.
“I want to begin by apologizing to the incredible Philadelphia fans we disappointed a few weeks ago. We promise to return for this concert and others. We’ve had a great time on our U.S. tour so far, and we’re eagerly looking forward to what’s next. We’ll be back soon.”
Consequences for Tour Stops
This delay has resulted in the postponement or cancellation of concerts scheduled for cities such as Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Uncasville, Albany, and Columbus.
The 73-year-old performer is taking a two-month hiatus, with no scheduled shows until October. Bruce Springsteen will resume his tour in November, visiting various Canadian cities.
The Tour Resumes in Canada
The Canadian leg of the tour will kick off on November 3rd with a performance at Vancouver’s Rogers Arena. Following stops in Edmonton and Calgary, the tour will continue to Winnipeg, Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal before concluding in Montreal.
Even renowned musicians like Bruce Springsteen must prioritize their health, as his recent delay underscores. His devoted fanbase hopes for a swift recovery, eagerly awaiting the opportunity to see him perform again.