The Boss is coming back to the Bay.
Bruce Springsteen will lead his fabled E Street Band into Oracle Arena in Oakland on Nov. 30. It's the legendary rock star's second trip to the Bay Area this year, having performed back in April at the HP Pavilion in San Jose.
Ticket prices have not yet been announced, but an on-sale date has been set. Ducats go on-sale on Sept. 21 through www.ticketmaster.com.
The Boss just recently finished up with an 11-week tour of Europe, and will kick off the latest leg of North American dates on Aug. 14 at Boston's Fenway Park.
Springsteen is on the road in support of the critically acclaimed "Wrecking Ball," his 17th studio album.
Springsteen drew rave reviews (both from fans and critics) for his performance in San Jose in April. The show stretched some three hours and consisted of 26 songs, both old and new.
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