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Springsteen's 2007-2008 tour in support of the album Magic, the most successful of his career, grossed more than $230 million worldwide.
THE BOSS HITS THE ROAD
Tour Starts in San Jose April 1, Includes L.A. (4/15), Long Island (5/4) and New Jersey (5/21, 23) Stops
No fooling.

As expected, Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band will launch a North American tour this spring in support of their new album, Working on a Dream, out today on Columbia.

The first show will be April 1 in San Jose, CA.

The L.A. date will once again be at the Sports Arena on April 15, tax day, while the Boss has N.Y. area dates scheduled for Long Island's Nassau Coliseum (5/4) and New Jersey's Izod Center (5/21 and 23). There are no shows planned right now for Madison Square Garden.

North American dates are scheduled through May 23 in East Rutherford, N.J. A European tour then begins a week later at Holland's Pink Pop festival and concludes June 10 in Bergen, Norway.

There are also reports Springsteen will perform at the Bonnaroo festival in Tennessee, the weekend of June 12. Another European leg resumes July 2 in Munich.

Springsteen's 2007-2008 tour in support of the album Magic, the most successful of his career, grossed more than $230 million worldwide.

This Sunday, Springsteen headlines the Super Bowl XLIII halftime show in Tampa.

April 1: San Jose, Calif. (HP Pavilion at San Jose)
April 3: Glendale, Arizona (Jobing.com Center)
April 5: Austin, Texas (Frank Erwin Center)
April 7: Tulsa, Okla. (BOK Center)
April 8: Houston, Texas (Toyota Center)
April 10: Denver (Pepsi Arena)
April 15: Los Angeles (LA Memorial Sports Arena)
April 21-22: Boston (TD Banknorth Garden)
April 24: Hartford, Conn. (XL Center)
April 26: Atlanta (Philips Arena)
April 28-29: Philadelphia (Wachovia Spectrum)
May 2: Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum)
May 4: Hempstead, N.Y. (Nassau Veterans Mem. Col.)
May 5: Charlottesville, Va. (John Paul Jones Arena)
May 7: Toronto (Air Canada Centre)
May 8: University Park, Pa. (Bryce Jordan Center)
May 11: St. Paul, Minn. (Xcel Energy Center)
May 12: Chicago (United Center)
May 14: Albany, N.Y. (Times Union Center)
May 15: Hershey, Pa. (Hersheypark Stadium)
May 18: Washington, D.C. (Verizon Center)
May 19: Pittsburgh (Mellon Arena)
May 21, 23: E. Rutherford, N.J. (Izod Center)
May 30: Landgraaf, Holland (Pink Pop Festival)
June 2: Tampere, Finland (Ratinan Stadion)
June 4-5, 7: Stockholm, Sweden (Stockholm Stadium)
June 9-10: Bergen, Norway (Koengen)
July 2: Munich, Germany (Olympiastadion)
July 3: Frankfurt, Germany (Commerzbank Arena)
July 5: Vienna (Ernst Happel Stadion)
July 8: Herning, Denmark (Herning MCH)
July 11: Dublin (RDS)
July 16: Carhaix, France (Festival des Vielles Charrues)
July 19: Rome, Italy (Stadio Olimpico)
July 21: Turino, Italy (Olimpico di Torino)
July 23: Udine, Italy (Stadio Friuli)
July 26: Bilbao, Spain (San Mames Stadium)
July 28: Benidorm, Spain (Estadio Municipal de Foietes)
July 30: Sevilla, Spain (La Cartuja Olympic Stadium)
Aug. 1: Valladolid, Spain (Estadio Jose Zorrilla)
Aug. 2: Santiago, Spain (Monte Del Gozo)

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