The E Street Band Sunrise Tickets
Last year in 2015, Bruce Springsteen’s hit album “The River” celebrated its 35th anniversary and much to the fans’ delight The Boss released a box collection titled “The Ties That Bind: The River Collection”. The celebration will continue on the road as Springsteen & the E Street Band has announced The River Tour that will begin on January 16 at the Pittsburgh’s Consol Energy Center. So far 24 dates have been revealed spanning across North America and on February 16 the trek will stop at the BB&T Center. It’s no surprise that The E Street Band Sunrise tickets are bringing in huge demand and soon the event will be declared sold out just like the several others.
“Out In The Street” Singer – Bruce Springsteen Announces A Show In Sunrise
The dates of the much anticipated “The River Tour” 2016 have been revealed and The Boss & the E Street Band will be performing in 24 separate shows. The huge sales of The E Street Band Sunrise tickets suggest a full house at the BB&T Center and Bruce Springsteen will make sure that the crowd gets entertainment worth their time and the price they paid.
New Jersey’s favorite artists, Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band boast of a music career of over 40 years and there’s no shortage of classic rock radio staples in their repertoire. Check out some of the best songs by the living legend.
“Born To Run” – The hit song is closely identified with Bruce Springsteen and is performed at all of his concerts. He brings the house lights up for the song and the crowd joins him in singing each and every word of the song.
“Tenth Avenue Freeze Out” – It’s been an emotional highpoint of all E Street Band concerts as Springsteen uses the song to introduce all of the members, including the deceased “The Big Man” Clarence Clemons.
“Jungleland” – A concert staple, the single features piano solo by Roy Bittan, Steven Van Zand’s blistering guitar solo and incredible vocals.
“Lost in the Flood” – Lyrically deep and an evocative track, it made the critics stand up in recognition of Bruce as a phenomenal songwriter.
“Born in the U.S.A.” – Performed as an acoustic stripped down track in all of Springsteen’s concerts, it always brings the fans to their feet.