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Bruce Springsteen has announced his first UK tour in six years.
Set to play four dates across Britain in 2023, the gigs will also represent his first full tour with the E Street Band since 2017.
Among the dates are two performances at BST Hyde Park on 6 and 8 July. Springsteen will also perform at Villa Park in Birmingham and Murrayfield in Edinburgh.
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Tickets for the concerts go on sale at 9am on 21 July and can be purchased here.
The legendary rockstar is also touring the rest of the world starting in February 2023. The tour will see him perform across North America before making his way to Europe.
The two then performed a version of 'The End' accompanied by Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl.
Since his last tour in 2017, Springsteen has been performing in New York with his residency Springsteen on Broadway.
In that time he has also released two albums, a Netflix special and a book and podcast with Barack Obama.
Last year, Springsteen was cleared of drunken and reckless driving after he was stopped by a park ranger who saw him consume alcohol in a public park.
Springsteen pled guilty to drinking tequila in a federal park and agreed to pay a $540 fine.
The rock legend otherwise has a clean driving history dating back to 1973.
Dylan is set to perform a run of four shows at the London Palladium before playing Nottingham, Hull, Cardiff and Glasgow.
Buy Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band tickets when they go on sale from Tuesday 19 July through Ticketmaster or Live Nation.
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