Frontier Touring are delighted to confirm that the Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band Summer ’17 just got that little bit hotter, with a second and final show at AAMI Park. No further shows will be added to the Summer ’17 Tour of Australia and New Zealand so fans are encouraged to secure tickets while they can!

Last on our shores in 2014 for a sold out run of shows, the summer of 2017 will see Bruce and his legendary band undertake one of their biggest tours here to date. Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will be calling AAMI Park home for two nights, These shows are sure to delight fans who have rabidly been monitoring the international movements of The River Tour. Indeed, those overseas dates have had critics and fans alike in raptures.

Named the top global touring act of 2016 by both Billboard and Pollstar, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band have sold close to 2 million tickets in 2016 alone.

In further exciting news - and perhaps evidence that no one can say no to Bruce - one of Australia's most successful rock bands of all time, Jet, will be reforming to hit the road with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, appearing as very special guests.

Jet quickly conquered the world after forming in 2001, selling more than 6.5 million albums globally and securing 10 x Platinum certification in Australia and Platinum in the USA and UK for their debut album Get Born. They produced a string of classic singles in Are You Gonna Be My Girl, Rollover DJ, Look What You've Done, Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is, Rip It Up, and Seventeen before disbanding in 2012. The band have turned down numerous requests to reform in the ensuing years… until now!

Note: Melbourne’s Sat 4 Feb show will have reserved seating sections in the rear field’

Only tickets purchased from our official ticketing partner; Ticketek, are valid for this event. Tickets purchased through any other sources may not be valid and you may not be admitted into the show.



Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band

Thursday 2 February & Saturday 4 February