The RDS Arena, Dublin 4 – a big, open equestrian arena with a capacity of about 18,000.
May 5 and 7 of next year, as part of a world tour – whipping up that demand with plenty of notice!
€96 to €156 for seated, and €131 for standing (subject to the usual fees, etc.).
Friday, May 27, at 8am.
Ticketmaster.ie. Online-only, as, it appears, all the big gigs via Ticketmaster will be, in future.
Register an account with your email address and other info here.
Follow the steps to register your account, then head back to the gig’s ticket page here – and get in early on Friday morning – tickets for this one are going to disappear fast, as you might imagine.
You’ll also need the Ticketmaster app to access your tickets on the day, as they’ll be saved to your account – download it to your smartphone or other devices on its App Store.
The Covid-19 crisis saw to Ticketmaster’s retail operations in Ireland, we’re afraid.
Bruce and his longtime collaborators in the E Street Band are touring the world next year, following the Covid-19 crisis.
The release and promotion of 2020 albumought to factor heavily into the setlist, but it wouldn’t be a Bruce gig without a tonne of the classics for a sunny summer evening out.
A crew of veteran Springsteen bandmates, including garage-rock exponent Little Steven and longtime collaborator Nils Lofgren on guitar; Gary Tallent on bass; Roy Wittan on piano; Max Weinberg on drums and Patti Scialfa on keys.
Lineup, as always, is subject to change.
Not as yet, no.
There’s public parking on Simmonscourt Road for cars and buses, according to the venue.
Public transport in Dublin will also take you by the venue, if you live in the city – the 107, departing from Nassau Street, will bring you out there.
None from the promoters as of yet – the venue has accessibility information on its own website, however.