Watch trailer for new Bruce Springsteen documentary

Watch trailer for new Bruce Springsteen documentary

Springsteen & I, a new fan-made documentary celebrating 40 years of Bruce Springsteen's music, is set to be broadcast around the world this summer. Scroll down to watch the trailer now.

Taking place on July 22, the film will be screened at cinemas across the globe by Arts Alliance Media. The footage will include unseen performances from throughout the star's career as well as his most loved songs and comes with the full backing of Springsteen, and his management and label. According to a statement, the documentary aims to show how Springsteen "became the soundtrack to so many lives."

Producer Ridley Scott said: "This beautifully crafted film provides a unique insight into the powerful bond between a recording artist and those who connect so profoundly with his music."

Tickets for the screenings will go on sale on June 4. Meanwhile, fans are being given the opportunity to star on the official Springsteen & I poster. Details of the locations of screenings and other information will be revealed in the coming weeks. For details on the competition and the film’s release, visit the official website.

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band are currently in the middle of the 34 date Wrecking Ball world tour, which makes 10 stops in the UK and Ireland in June and July.

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will play:

London Wembley Stadium (June 15)
Glasgow Hampden Park (18)
Coventry Ricoh Arena (20)
London Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park (30)
Limerick Thomond Park (July 16)
Cork Páirc Uí Chaoimh (18)
Belfast King’s Hall (20)
Cardiff Millennium Stadium (23)
Leeds Arena (24)

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Pic credit: Jo Lopez

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