Bruce Springsteen support act: does he have an opening act for 2024 UK tour?

Bruce Springsteen will return to the UK in 2024

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Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band are heading back across the pond for a UK tour next summer.

The Boss will be playing stadium shows in England, Wales and Northern Ireland - as well as dates across Europe - in 2024. It follows his previous performances in Edinburgh, Birmingham and at BST Hyde Park this year.

Springsteen was forced to postpone his remaining 2023 tour dates due to ill health. He announced he was receiving treatment for a peptic ulcer in September of this year.

But despite chalking off his fall dates, the Boss will be back on the road in 2024. Will he have a support act for the stadium shows?

Here's all you need to know:

Does Bruce Springsteen have a support act for 2024 tour?

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will have no opening or support act for his upcoming shows in the UK and Europe. He will play shows in Belfast, Cardiff, Sunderland and London - including a stop at Wembley Stadium - next summer.

But fans can expect just The Boss to perform - and he will likely be on stage for around three hours on each night.

Does Bruce Springsteen normally have a support act?

The Boss does not traditionally have an opening act or a support band. Fans who attend his shows will instead be treated to a mega-length show from Bruce and the band instead.

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