Bruce Springsteen and E Street Band drummer Max Weinberg, shown during… (Tor Erik Schroeder / EPA )
Those who missed Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band on the first wave of their “Wrecking Ball” tour may have another shot with 16 new dates across North America that have just been added to the tour, including a return to Southern California for a Dec. 4 show at Anaheim’s Honda Center.
The Boss has just wrapped up an extended trek through Europe, during which he and the band notched some of their longest performances in years, edging toward the four-hour mark. The new batch of shows starts Oct. 19 in Ottawa and runs through Dec. 6 in Glendale, Ariz., adding to 14 previously slated Wrecking Ball stops starting Aug. 14 in Boston and running through Sept. 22 in East Rutherford, N.J.
Tickets for most of the new shows will go on sale in August. Details are on Ticketmaster.com and Springsteen’s website, www.brucespringsteen.net. On-sale dates for the Anaheim, Glendale, Ariz., and Portland, Ore., shows have not been set.
Springsteen played at the Los Angeles Sports Arena in April during the first leg of the latest tour.
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