After the two dates at Milan's San Siro Stadium, where over 110,000 people welcomed BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN & THE E STREET BAND for two incredible live shows, the American artist and the historic band are ready to arrive in Rome on Saturday 16 July for their first concert at the Circo Massimo, as part of the Postepay Sound Rock in Roma.

On the first two Italian dates of the "The River Tour" Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band did not disappoint, offering Italian audiences two shows special in their essentialitymore than 30 tracks per date for more than three and a half hours of concert. Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band also played 14 tracks from 'The River". Milan is thus one of the European tour dates where the American artist has played more songs from that album (beaten only by last night's Paris date).

To this linkthe setlists of the two concerts.

Before the Roman concert of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, the Circus Maximus stage will host two other exceptional bands. At 5.15 p.m., in fact, the very Italian Treves Blues Bandled by Fabio Treves, 'Il Puma di Lambrate', who carries the Italian blues flag high in the world. At 6.30 p.m., on the other hand, the Counting Crowsthe San Francisco band led by the energetic Adam Duritz.


SATURDAY 16 JULY - Circo Massimo, Postepay Sound Rock in Roma, ROME

Gates open at 14.30

There are 3 entrances to the concert area. The first to open will be entrance 2, on via di San Gregorio ang. via dei Cerchi.

Following this, entrance 1 in Viale Aventino (near the Circo Massimo metro stop) will open

and entrance 3 on Via della Greca.

Concert begins Treves Blues Band 5.15 p.m.

Concert begins Counting Crows 6.30 p.m.

Concert begins Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band 8 pm


Ticket office hours for collecting TicketOne tickets purchased online:

Friday 15 July from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Saturday 16 July from 8 a.m. to 9.30 p.m.

Cash desk located in Largo Cavalieri di Colombo (Terme di Caracalla)


Single seat € 85.00 + prev.


Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band's Italian concerts are produced and organised by Barley Arts. Official radio of the event is Virgin Radio.

As in Milan, great attention will be paid to the public in Rome, with various services at their disposal: two info points (one inside the location and one on Largo Cavalieri di Colombo - Terme di Caracalla), numerous vaporisers e water cannons to cheer up the public waiting at the gates and inside the area where the concert will take place, attention to families with the setting up of two family areasone at the bottom of the Circus Maximus with games for children and one next to the area reserved for the disabled in Via del Circo Massimo (at Piazzale Ugo La Malfa).

Several roads will also be closed to facilitate the road system, while in order to encourage the use of public transport, Atac's interchange car parks will offer reduced rates for long-term parking. The Circus Maximus can be reached by metro (Metro B Colosseo / Metro B Piramide stops - on Saturday 16 July the Circus Maximus stop will close at 9.00 p.m. and reopen at 5.30 a.m. on Sunday 17), by tram and bus (operating from 5.30 a.m. to 00.00 a.m.).

In addition, there will be a large pit area under the stage for this live show as well. By precise policy of the Artist and Barley Arts, there is no surcharge on the ticket to access this area.but access is granted to the first 1,500 people positioned in front of entrance 2 on Via dei Cerchi, who will receive a non-transferable wristband for access to the pit about one hour before the gates open. The remaining places in the pit will be available for the public until they are full once all the entrances to the concert area open.

The free app is still available on iOS and Android platforms 'Springsteen in Italy', produced in Italian and English by Barley Arts, useful for the public to get all the logistical information and news about the event in real time.

On the web, however, point of reference is the website, a portal collecting both useful news and trivia about the tour and beyond.


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