Bruce Springsteen stage time: what time will his Syracuse show will start - how long is it?

The Boss will stay in New York and head to the JMA Wireless Dome
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Bruce Springsteen is back on the road and he is heading to upstate New York.

The Jersey-native will be playing a show at the JMA Wireless Dome in Syracuse next - following his three night stint at the MetLife Stadium in the New York City metropolitan area.

But how long will he be on stage? Here's all you need to know

When is Bruce Springsteen's Syracuse show?

Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band will play at JMA Wireless Dome in Syracuse, NY on Thursday, 7 September.

Bruce Springsteen's start time?

Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band will perform at BST Hyde Park 2023 in London next - Credit: GettyBruce Springsteen and The E Street Band will perform at BST Hyde Park 2023 in London next - Credit: Getty
Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band will perform at BST Hyde Park 2023 in London next - Credit: Getty

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band are due to take to the stage at 7.30pm.

How long is Bruce Springsteen on stage?

The Boss is famous for playing extra long shows - running multiple hours each night. Fans heading to the current North American leg are certainly going to get bang for their buck as shows have lasted around 3 hours on the recent days.

Does Bruce Springsteen have a support act?

Anyone who has followed Bruce Springsteen's illustrious music career knows that very very rarely he books a support act for his shows. This is the case once again with the show in New York state.

But this has not been the case for all of Springsteen's dates, as Newcastle singer and Seventeen Going Under hitmaker Sam Fender will open three dates in Italy. The first two have already taken place in Ferrera on 18 May and Rome on 21 May, but still has one more to fulfil at the historic Formula One Monza racetrack on 25 July.

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