Bruce Springsteen’s September Shows Postponed: Health Update and Rescheduled Dates

Bad news for Bruce Springsteen fans this month. On Wednesday, Sept. 6, Bruce Springsteen announced that his September shows have been delayed due to his health. He is undergoing treatment for peptic ulcer disease. This affects eight shows in the northeastern United States.

Springsteen has apologized to ticket buyers and explained that all September concerts are canceled and will be rescheduled. The first affected show was in Syracuse, NY, scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 7.

Springsteen and the E Street Band’s tour started on Feb. 1, 2023, in Tampa, FL, and included U.S. and European dates. They performed in East Rutherford, NJ, on Sept. 3.

Peptic ulcer disease is painful, causing sores in the stomach or the duodenum. The main causes are a bacteria called H. Pylori and the use of pain relievers like ibuprofen or naproxen.

Symptoms include stomach pain, bloating, heartburn, nausea, and vomiting. Risk factors include frequent NSAID use, a family history of ulcers, smoking, drinking, and certain illnesses.

Springsteen expressed his regret for the cancellations and promised to return soon.

Two August shows in Philadelphia were also postponed due to Springsteen’s health issues.

In summary, Bruce Springsteen’s September concerts are postponed due to peptic ulcer disease, and fans can expect rescheduled dates in the future.

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