Many events have already been announced at the beginning of the year, whether musical events or any sports tournament. Most of the time the tickets for the events are already sold out and the fans are super excited to watch them. However, whenever they hear about the postponement of events, they get upset. This time too, Bruce Springsteen fans are saddened after hearing the news of his illness. Since people heard this news, they want to know now about the future of the concert and Bruce Springsteen’s health condition. Keep reading to get the details.
Bruce Springsteen Concert Columbus Ohio
According to reports, fans of the E Street Band and Bruce Springsteen will have to wait to catch a musical concert titled “The Boss In Columbus.” Columbus Arena Sports & Entertainment said Thursday night’s show at Nationwide Arena has been postponed due to illness. Other than that, the illness and which band member is afflicted has not been revealed. Nationwide Arena posted on their social media account: “Due to illness, Bruce and The E Street Band’s concert at Nationwide Arena has been postponed. We are working on the new date schedule, so please save your tickets as the tickets will be valid for the rescheduled show.
Many band members have missed shows on the current tour due to COVID, including Jake Clemons, Steven Van Zandt, Soozie Tyrell and Nils Lofgren. The variant of COVID that has passed through the group has so far not resulted in any long-term problems. Springsteen’s return to Columbus was declared last year as part of the United States tour through early 2023 before heading to Europe for stadium shows. This was the band’s 1st tour since the conclusion of The River Tour in Australia which was held in February 2017 and the 1st tour in North America since 2016.
Upcoming concert dates for Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
March 12, 2023:- Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville located in Connecticut March 13, 2023:- MVP Arena, Albany located in New York March 16, 2023:- Wells Fargo Center located in Philadelphia
Bruce Springsteen’s current medical condition is not known at this time. However, the 73-year-old’s fans send him their best wishes and pray for his speedy recovery. Fans and spectators who were planning to attend the concert, some driving from the country of Canada and others from the UK, give their response after hearing the postponed news. One person wrote on Twitter: “I feel quite sad for the people who have traveled and booked their flights and rooms. I hope Bruce will be well soon.