Bruce Springsteen - Christchurch Sold Out
AND THE E STREET BAND
CHRISTCHURCH SOLD OUT, AUCKLAND TICKETS ON SALE NOW AND SELLING FAST
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Bands’ Christchurch concert at AMI Stadium on Tuesday the 21st February 2017sold out in record time after going on sale at 12.00pm
Luckily, fans who missed out on tickets in Christchurch are still able to purchase tickets for the Auckland concert onSaturday 25th February 2017 at Mt Smart Stadium which have just gone on sale.
Last on our shores in 2014 for a sold out run of shows, the summer of 2017 will see Bruce and his legendary band undertake one of their biggest tours here to date, visiting Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Hanging Rock, Hunter Valley, Brisbane, Auckland and – for the very first time – Christchurch.
Sure to be a special and emotive concert for everyone in attendance, Bruce and the E Street Band will perform at Christchurch’s AMI Stadium on the eve of the 2011 Christchurch earthquake anniversary. In the wake of the devastating earthquake Bruce’s song ‘My City Of Ruins’ became a poignant and inspirational unofficial anthem for the city.
One of Australia's most successful rock bands of all time, Jet, will be reforming to hit the road with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, appearing as very special guests at their outdoor concerts in Melbourne, Hanging Rock, Hunter Valley, Christchurch and Auckland.
Jet quickly conquered the world after forming in 2001, selling more than 6.5 million albums globally and securing 10 x Platinum certification in Australia and Platinum in the USA and UK for their debut album Get Born. They produced a string of classic singles in 'Are You Gonna Be My Girl', 'Rollover DJ', 'Look What You've Done', 'Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is', 'Rip It Up', and 'Seventeen' before disbanding in 2012. The band have turned down numerous requests to reform in the ensuing years… until now!
Appearing in Christchurch and Auckland alongside Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band and Jet, will be local Kiwi favourite Marlon Williams & the Yarra Benders. Since releasing his self-titled album at the start of last year, Marlon has toured extensively throughout North America and UK/Europe including spots on some of the world’s leading music festivals.
If the Summer ’17 Tour seems too far away, Springsteen fans can treat themselves to some quality time with Bruce with the release of his autobiography Born To Run (out September 27 through Simon & Schuster) and its audio companionChapter And Verse (out September 23 through Sony Australia). Bruce first began working on the autobiography in 2009, after performing at the Super Bowl’s halftime show. The 500-page autobiography promises a glimpse behind the scenes at the extraordinary life of Bruce Springsteen. Chapter And Verse features 18 tracks from across Bruce’s career, including 5 previously unreleased songs.