Bruce Springsteen suspends tour due to health problems

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Bruce Springsteen He has had to pause and suspend his tour due to health problems. In a statement the singer informed that due to health problems he will have to postpone some of the concerts he would give in 2023.

In the statement, Bruce Springsteen announced that he will postpone the rest of the dates of his 2023 tour until next year, while he recovers from treatment for a peptic ulcer he suffers from.

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The singer, 74 years old, "has continued to recover steadily" and will continue treatment for the rest of the year on medical advice, according to the statement.

“Thank you to all my friends and fans for your good wishes, encouragement and support. "I'm recovering and I can't wait to see everyone next year," said Springsteen, who is nicknamed "The Boss."

Springsteen has been on tour with his "E Street Band" since earlier this year, but at the beginning of this month he announced that he would postpone the September concerts in the United States due to his illness. He also postponed two shows in August due to an illness he did not specify.

The singer mentioned in the statement that the dates he had scheduled for the remainder of 2023 will be rescheduled and in a few days he will announce when they will take place.

“Rescheduled dates for each of the 2023 shows, including those postponed earlier this month, will be announced next week and will all take place at their originally scheduled venues.”

If you cannot attend on the new dates, a refund may be requested.

“Thank you to all my friends and followers for your good wishes and encouragement. "I'm in the process of recovery and I can't wait to be reunited with all of you next year," said Bruce Springsteen.

Author of great hits such as "Streets of Philadelphia" and "Dancing in the Dark", Springsteen has sold more than 150 million records.

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What is a peptic ulcer?

According to the Mayo Clinic, peptic ulcers are open sores that develop on the inner lining of the stomach and in the upper part of the small intestine. The most common symptom is abdominal pain.


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