Springsteen will resume his tour in Madrid after his medical leave

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Springsteen will resume his tour in Madrid after his medical leave

Bruce Springsteen has canceled four concerts in Europe two weeks after landing in Spain, citing “vocal problems.” On the last day, Springsteen had to cancel a concert in Marseille at the last minute, followed by a date in Prague and two others in Milan. The new dates for these four concerts will be announced soon.

Springsteen must rest for at least ten days under medical recommendation, so the Boss should arrive in Spain recovered. In fact, he promises to resume the tour in Madrid. The official press release reports that “Bruce is recovering comfortably and he and the E Street Band are looking forward to resuming their hugely successful tour on June 12 in Madrid.”

Springsteen's tour in Europe includes up to six dates in Spain. The Boss performs in Madrid on June 12, 14 and 17, and in Barcelona on June 20 and 22. Tickets for Springsteen's tour concerts – as expected – flew out.

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