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Bruce Springsteen performing in Dublin's Croke Park in 2016 Alamy Stock Photo
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Bruce Springsteen tickets for Irish gigs on sale, with Cork and Kilkenny dates sold out

There are still tickets available for the Belfast and Croke Park gigs.

LAST UPDATE | 6 Nov 2023

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN TICKETS for his four Irish 2024 gigs went on sale at 8am this morning, with his Cork and Kilkenny dates already selling out. 

Last week, The Boss announced a 22-date European tour for 2024.

Bruce Springsteen and his E Street Band will begin their Irish dates on 9 May 2024 at the Boucher Road in Belfast.

This will be followed by a gig in Nowlan Park in Kilkenny on 12 May, Cork’s Páirc Uí Chaoimh on 16 May and Croke Park in Dublin on 19 May.  

Tickets for all four Irish dates went on general sale via Ticketmaster at 8am.

The Cork and Kilkenny gigs have already sold out, though there are still tickets available for Croke Park and the Boucher Road venue in Belfast. 

Seated ticket prices for the Republic of Ireland gigs are priced at either €153.80 or €168.80, while standing tickets cost €143.80.

In Belfast, it’s an all-standing gig with tickets costing £126 (€145).

The Boss will kick off his European tour on May 5 in Cardiff, Wales and the tour will see him take in England, France, Czech Republic, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Finland, Sweden and Norway.

Springsteen played three sold-out dates in the RDS Arena in Dublin in May of this year.

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