Bruce Springsteen postpones 2023 tour dates in Philadelphia after...
Bruce Springsteen postpones 2023 tour dates in Philadelphia after being ‘taken ill’ as fans urged to keep tickets

Bruce Springsteen postpones 2023 tour dates in Philadelphia after being ‘taken ill’ as fans urged to keep tickets

LEGENDARY American singer Bruce Springsteen has delayed several concerts in Philadelphia due to an illness. The shocking announcement made on X, formerly known as Twitter, added that the dates would be rescheduled after the 73-year-old recovers. 2 Legendary American singer Bruce Springsteen has delayed several tour dates due to an illness Credit: Getty 2 It came months after he got sick and had to cancel another date Credit: Getty The shows were set to take place at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia with the E Street Band before the delay. "We are working on rescheduling the dates so please hold on to your tickets as they will be valid for the rescheduled shows," the statement reads. Fans were devastated by the news, with one X user saying that he flew all the way to Pennsylvania to see the show. "Feel better soon Boss," one person wrote. Another said: "Get well, see you down the road." The cancellation came after Springsteen rescheduled another show in Ohio due to an illness in March. It's unclear what sickness has plagued Springsteen, or if the two incidents are related. Hailing from New Jersey, Springsteen is a celebrated and award-winning artist known for songs like Born to Run and Dancing In the Dark. Most read in Celebrity CITIZEN KANE I was a WWE star ‘scarred in deadly fire’… now I have a very different job KNOCKOUT WWE fans joke after cameraman captured Valerie Loureda's incredible 'bum recoil' RING OF DEATH Inside wrestling ‘curse’ after deaths of Eddie Guerrero & Andre the Giant ROSE AGAIN Mandy Rose shows off bum in bikini as fans say 'it doesn’t get any better' His tour consists of 37 shows and 32 locations and was launched after he released his 10th studio album with the E Street Band. Throughout a career spanning six decades, Springsteen has earned 20 Grammy Awards, an Academy Award, and two Golden Globes. He's been indicted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He also was granted a special Tony after a Broadway show based on his life debuted. At the end of May, the Boss shocked fans in Amsterdam when he took a hard fall while getting on the stage. He tripped while walking upstairs and fell to the floor before rolling onto his back. The E Street Band jumped into action, grabbing his guitar and helping him back on his feet. But Springsteen was able to recover and walked up to the microphone to jokingly yell "Goodnight, everybody," even though the show had just started. The rest of the show went on without a hitch. Last year, Springsteen appeared on SiriusXM's The Howard Stern Show, and told the host that he doesn't plan on retiring soon. "I can't imagine [retiring], you know?" he said at the time. "I mean, if I got to a place where I was incapacitated or something but up until then I think I'm… I mean, look at Johnny Cash, Pete Seeger." Both of the artists the Boss referenced went on to perform well into their 80s. "I look at those guys and go, 'Yeah, I don't know if I'll [always] be doing three-hour shows, but I have so many different kinds of music that I can play and do,'" he said. Read more on the Scottish Sun NEW BODY I had a mummy makeover at 35 after four kids - the aftermath was not pretty HOPPING MAD I hated my smile so got bunny teeth for £125 - trolls say I wasted my money "The Broadway show I can do for the rest of my life in one form or another if I wanted to. I can't imagine retirement, no." More to follow... For the latest news on this story, keep checking back at Sun Online. is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sports news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures, and must-see videos. Like us on Facebook at and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheUSSun .

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