Bruce Springsteen, dates at San Siro postponed due to vocal problems

The boss, after yesterday’s cancellation in Marseille, postponed the two concerts in Milan after a medical consultation. The dates will be recovered, but it has not yet been announced when

by Rolling Stone

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Bad news for Boss fans. Springsteen has in fact just postponed his two dates at the San Siro stadium in Milan scheduled for June 1st and 3rd. The motivation? Vocal problems.

We report the joint press release from Live Nation Italia and Barley Arts:

After the postponement of the concert scheduled for yesterday in Marseille due to vocal problems, further tests and consultations have led doctors to establish that Bruce Springsteen will not be able to perform for the next ten days.
In consideration of this, the concerts in Prague at the Lethany Airport (originally scheduled for May 28) and in Milan at the San Siro Stadium (originally scheduled for June 1 and 3) will also be postponed.
The new dates of these concerts will be announced shortly.
Bruce is recovering well, and he and the E Street Band look forward to resuming their highly successful European stadium tour on June 12th in Madrid, at the magnificent Civitas Metropolitan.
Tickets already purchased will remain valid for new concerts in Milan.
Those who wish to obtain a refund for the concerts in Milan will be able to forward the request to the ticketing system where the purchase was made (Ticketone, Ticketmaster or Vivaticket), following the methods reported on the respective websites, starting from Wednesday 29th May and no later than July 20th.

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