Bruce Springsteen And The E Street Band have announced even more dates for their Wrecking Ball World Tour, which kicks off Aug. 14 at Fenway Park in Boston. The band is just coming off an 11-week European run, including a show in Norway where The Boss sang “We Shall Overcome” to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the Oslo bombings.

Springsteen is also the subject of a fawning, 19-page (19 pages!) profile in this week’s New Yorker, which attempts to elucidate what it’s like to be 62 years old and still such a tireless beast.


Aug. 14-15—Fenway Park—Boston, Massachusetts
Aug. 18—Gillette Stadium—Foxboro, Massachusetts
Aug. 24—Rogers Centre—Toronto, Ontario
Aug. 26—Magnetic Hill—Moncton, New Brunswick
Aug. 29—Vernon Downs Raceway—Vernon, New York
Sept. 2-3—Citizens Bank Park—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Sept. 7-8—Wrigley Field—Chicago, Illinois
Sept. 14—Nationals Park—Washington, DC
Sept. 19-21—MetLife Stadium—East Rutherford, New Jersey
Oct. 19—Scotiabank Place—Ottawa, Ontario
Oct. 21—Copps Coliseum—Hamilton, Ontario
Oct. 23—John Paul Jones Arena—Charlottesville, Virginia
Oct. 25—XL Center—Hartford, Connecticut
Oct. 27—CONSOL Energy Center—Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Nov. 1—Bryce Jordan Center—State College, Pennsylvania
Nov. 3—KFC Yum! Center—Louisville, Kentucky
Nov. 11—Xcel Energy Center—St. Paul, Minnesota
Nov. 15—CenturyLink Arena—Omaha, Nebraska
Nov. 17—Spring Center—Kansas City, Missouri
Nov. 19—Pepsi Center—Denver, Colorado
Nov. 26—Rogers Arena—Vancouver, British Columbia
Nov. 28—The Rose Garden—Portland, Oregon
Nov. 30—Oracle Arena—Oakland, California
Dec. 4—Honda Center—Anaheim, California
Dec. 6— Arena—Glendale, Arizona