Bruce Springsteen extends Wrecking Ball tour, includes Denver date - Reverb

Bruce Springsteen extends Wrecking Ball tour, includes a Denver date

Bruce Springsteen, seen here performing July 22 at a concert in the City Hall Square in Oslo, Norway to mark the first anniversary of the mass killing in the country, will headline the Pepsi Center in November. Photo by Vegard Groett, The Associated Press.

Bruce Springsteen, seen here performing July 22 at a concert in the City Hall Square in Oslo, Norway to mark the first anniversary of the mass killing in the country, will headline the Pepsi Center in November. Photo by Vegard Groett, The Associated Press.

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band extended its Wrecking Ball world tour on Friday morning with the announcement of 16 new shows.

The tour, which has the Boss playing basketball and hockey arenas primarily, includes a Denver date.

Springsteen and his band will headline the Pepsi Center on Nov. 19. Tickets will go on sale on Aug. 13 via TicketHorse.

Other just-announced dates include a Kansas City, Mo., concert at the Sprint Center on Nov. 17 and a Nov. 15 show in Omaha, Neb., at the CenturyLink Arena.

All of the newly announced dates:

Oct. 19: Ottawa, Scotiabank Place

Oct. 21: Hamilton, Ontario, Copps Coliseum

Oct. 23: Charlottesville, Va., John Paul Jones Arena

Oct. 25: Hartford, Conn., XL Center

Oct. 27: Pittsburgh, Pa., CONSOL Energy Center

Nov. 1: State College, Pa., Bryce Jordan Center

Nov. 3: Louisville, Ken., KFC Yum! Center

Nov. 11: St. Paul, Minn., Xcel Energy Center

Nov. 15: Omaha, CenturyLink Arena

Nov. 17: Kansas City, Mo., Sprint Center

Nov. 19: Denver, Pepsi Center

Nov. 26: Vancouver, Rogers Arena

Nov. 28: Portland, Ore., the Rose Garden

Nov. 30: Oakland, Calif., Oracle Arena

Dec. 4: Anaheim, Calif., Honda Center

Dec. 6: Glendale, Ariz., Jobing.com Arena

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Ricardo Baca is the founder and executive editor of Reverb, the co-founder of The UMS and an award-winning critic and journalist at The Denver Post.

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