There are some people that have been a part of our lives since we can remember. Not just family members and friends but also certain celebrities, musicians and athletes have always been there.

No matter how old you are doesn't it seem like we have known Oprah Winfrey our entire life? Same could be said for the likes of Michal Jordan, Mick Jagger and Cher, each of them are icons in their profession. There is an icon coming to Albany and he is bringing his band this time.

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The last time this group of musicians toured together was in 2017 during a Summer tour of Australia but they certainly have not been forgotten. On July 5th, 2022 they announced their latest European Tour scheduled to kick off in Spain April 2023 and end in Italy in July 2023. Now they are announcing their North American tour with a stop in Albany!

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Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band have announced plans to tour North America and those plans include a performance at MVP Arena in Albany! The Boss and his band will be in the Capital Region on Tuesday March 14, 2023. Register as a Ticketmaster Verified Fan so you can purchase tickets on Friday July 22nd at 10am. Register HERE.

This marks the first time since February 2016 that Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band have played this venue. At that time it was the Times Union Center and the tour was 'The River Tour 2016. See you at the shows!

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