Bruce Springsteen and the E Avenue Band’s 2023 tour shall be postponed till 2024, citing physician’s recommendation.
The Boss, who final week celebrated his 74th birthday, is “steadily recovering” from peptic ulcer illness, a press launch learn. “Out of an abundance of warning,” the rest of this yr’s tour has been pushed to subsequent yr.
Earlier this month, Springsteen introduced that he can be suspending all of his September 2023 dates whereas he was handled for signs associated to the illness, which causes ulcers to type within the abdomen or small gut that may trigger heartburn, nausea and abdomen ache.
These postponed reveals included stops in Baltimore, Philadelphia, Albany and Syracuse in New York, Pittsburgh, Washington, and reveals in Connecticut and Ohio.
The newly postponed reveals embody Canadian dates and a West Coast run of Phoenix, San Diego, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.
Rescheduled concert events shall be introduced this week and can happen on the unique venues.
Peptic ulcer illness will be harmful, resulting in bleeding and emergency conditions equivalent to perforation of the ulcer by means of the abdomen. Typical therapy makes use of widespread medicine referred to as proton pump inhibitors, equivalent to Prilosec, which may help heal the ulcers inside 4 to 6 weeks. People who find themselves handled “recuperate fully from peptic ulcer illness,” Dr. Lawrence Kosinski of the American Gastroenterological Affiliation informed AP.
“Due to all my buddies and followers on your good needs, encouragement, and help,” Springsteen stated in a brief assertion. “I’m on the mend and might’t wait to see you all subsequent yr.”
Information of Springsteen’s sickness first emerged in Could of this yr, when he postponed three dates.
Springsteen’s 2023 tour, his first in six years, kicked off on Feb. 1 in Tampa, Florida, earlier than 20,000 followers who largely stood by means of the 28-song enviornment present that included staples like “Born to Run,” “Glory Days,” “Rosalita,” “Promised Land” and “Backstreets.”