Bruce Springsteen announced for Hard Rock Calling 2013

Bruce Springsteen announced for Hard Rock Calling 2013

Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band have announced they will play this year's Hard Rock Calling. The band will headline the event on Sunday June 30.

The bill will also include the Black Crows and Alabama Shakes.

The festival will take place at the Olympic Park in east London. Tickets will be available at starting this Friday (March 8) at 9 am. Kasabian will headline the Saturday, June 29 bill at the Hard Rock Calling, with special guest, Paul Weller.

Springsteen was recently announced as the inaugural performer at the brand new Leeds arena on July 24.

The 2013 European leg of Springsteen's Wrecking Ball tour now looks like this:

April 29, Oslo – Telenor Arena (sold out)
April 30, Oslo – Telenor Arena (sold out)
May 3, Stockholm – Friends Arena (sold out)
May 4, Stockholm – Friends Arena (sold out)
May 7, Turku, Finland – HK Areena
May 8, Turku, Finland – HK Areena
May 11, Stockholm – Friends Arena (sold out)
May 14, Copenhagen – Parken
May 16, Herning, Denmark – Jyske Bank Boxen (sold out)
May 23, Naples – Piazza Plabiscito
May 26, Munich – Olympiastadion
May 28, Hannover – AWD Arena
May 31, Padova, Italy – Stadio Euganeo
June 3, Milan, Stadio San Siro
June 15, London – Wembly Stadium
June 18, Glasgow – Hampden Park
June 20, Coventry, England – Ricoh Arena
June 22, Nijmegen, Netherlands – Goffertpark
June 26, Gijon, Spain – El Molino’ n
June 29, Paris - Stade de France
June 30, London - Hard Rock Calling
July 3, Geneva – Stade de Geneve
July 5, Monchengladbach, Germany – Borussia Park
July 7, Leipzig, Germany – Red Bull Arena
July 11, Rome – Rock In Roma
July 23, Werchter, Belgium – Rock Werchter
July 16, Limerick, Ireland – Thomond Park
July 18, Cork, Ireland – Pairc Ui Chaoimh
July 20, Belfast – King’s Hall
July 23, Cardiff, Wales – Millennium Stadium
July 24, Leeds, UK – Leeds Arena
July 27, Kilkenny, Ireland – Nowlan Park
July 28, Kilkenny, Ireland – Nowlan Park


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