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Bruce Springsteen postpones another concert
Bruce Springsteen has had to cancel his third concert within a week due to an unspecified illness, just days before he was due to perform in Philadelphia.
The MVP Arena in Albany, N.Y. was the latest tour location impacted, with concerts in Columbus, Ohio, and Uncasville, Conn. also having to be postponed. Springsteen, along with The E Street Band, released a statement on Twitter explaining that they are working on rescheduling the dates and have urged fans to hold onto their tickets as they will still be valid.
It is unclear which member of the band is ill, but it has been referred to as a “temporary situation” by guitarist Steven Van Zandt, who reassured fans that it is not serious. Despite the setbacks, Springsteen is still scheduled to perform at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on Thursday night, as well as other U.S. shows throughout the year.
This is his first tour in seven years, and comes after the release of his 2020 album Letter To You, as well as two solo albums in recent years. Although both saxophonist Jake Clemons and Van Zandt contracted COVID-19 during the tour, their illnesses did not result in any cancellations.
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