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Bruce Springsteen Stretches 'Magic' Tour to 2008

November 21, 2007 (4:49 am) GMT
Another American leg is added to Bruce Springsteen's high-grossing tour to support his album 'Magic'.
Bruce Springsteen

After only revealing bits and pieces of his Magic Tour, finally announced the full schedule of his 2008 itinerary. The 'Boss' will start a full-force tour on February 28 with support of his long-time collaborator, E-Street Band.

The announcement came after the singer and the band wrapped up the first leg of the tour on Monday, November 19. The new schedule is now comprised of 30 dates and will stretch through April 30, but first they will be on the road starting from November 25 up till December 19 for European leg.

Complete tour dates can be found on Springsteen's official site. Tickets for some of the shows have gone on sale.

This tour is support Springsteen's recently released album titled '' that debuted at #1 on Billboard Hot 200 upon its release in September.

Bruce Springsteen's 2008 Tour:

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