Bruce Springsteen performs in Kansas City on April 7
Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street Band are heading out on the road for a second string of US dates of The River Tour. Kicking off in Los Angeles, this run of dates will take us throughout April, and make stops at several arenas including the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri on April 7. Tickets to see Bruce Springsteen in Kansas City are currently on sale now.
On the secondary market, tickets for The River Tour are steadily rising in demand. According to the data found on TiqIQ, Bruce Springsteen tickets are currently averaging $258 across all dates. Tickets for this specific stop in Kansas City at the Sprint Center are averaging $161, and the cheapest ticket can be found at $52. Compared to other stops throughout the tour, Kansas City comes in at one of the more affordable stops. Parking in Kansas City can be found and secured easily and ahead of time through ParkWhiz.Com.
Bruce Springsteen’s The River Tour 2016 was originally scheduled to last just a few weeks until several stops were added to the route, Kansas City included. This tour is in support of, The Ties That Bind: The River Collection. Each show will feature a full length performance of his 1980 hit record, The River, which hosts several favorites such as, “Sherry Darling”, ”Out In The Street”, and “Hungry Heart”, and Bruce Springsteen will be revisiting tracks, and dedicating this run of dates to the album.
Other stops along the tour include, Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado, American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas and his final stop will include dates April 23 and 25 where he can be seen at the Barclay Center in Brooklyn, New York. Shortly after The River Tour wraps up, Bruce Springsteen can be found at the Rock in Rio Lisboa music festival on May 19 in Portugal where he has been announced as the headline performer at the first day of this year’s festival.