The Boss was supposed to be back on the field in Philly this week.
But this is not happening now as planned on August 16 and August 18.
This was announced by Bruce Springsteen on Wednesday afternoon post on X, Formerly known as Twitter.
“Due to Bruce Springsteen’s illness, his concerts with the E Street Band at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia on August 16-18 have been postponed,” the New Jersey native wrote.
What if I have tickets to a Bruce Springsteen Philly concert?
Anyone with tickets should hold on for now because it’s unclear when Philly’s shows will last.
We are working on rescheduling the dates, so please hold on to your tickets as they will be valid for the rescheduled shows. Springsteen’s Facebook post said.
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These shows—whenever they happen—will mark the second and third times the New Jersey icon (he’s even about to have his own statewide day) has brought his band through Philly this year. After an illness derailed some concerts in other cities, Springsteen took to the stage for a March concert at the adjacent Wells Fargo Center.
This time, the disease stopped its tour of Philly.
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