NEW YORK, NEW YORK - APRIL 03: Bruce Springsteen performs at Barclays Center on April 03, 2023 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images)

Bruce Springsteen at Gillette Stadium is almost here!

This ticket is ALWAYS the most sought after ticket for many reasons. We’ll share some of them as well as a comprehensive guide of everything you need to make this concert experience, one to remember! Bruce hits Gillette August 24, and 26.

What Is It, About Bruce?

While I have always enjoyed his songs, I never understood why people called him: The Boss. Sure, his songs are great, but what’s the OMG, big deal, that people would scream about? I didn’t get it, until I SAW HIM, LIVE. In the 1990’s a friend offered me an extra ticket to join him and some friends in Chicago to see Bruce and his famous E Street Band. I have seen MANY great artists, like EltonBilly Joel and Phil Collins, LIVE. Springsteen was different. Other artists, you see, hear. Bruce Springsteen, is felt. 

Standing On The Piano

At one point during the show, Bruce jumped on a grand piano, and continued to play song after song, for AN HOUR. The energy, HIS ENERGY came off the stage and INTO my bones. I felt like he was playing TO me. OK….NOW, I get it. THAT’s what everyone is talking about. By the way, I only had two beers. It wasn’t that.  So, I can honestly say, seeing Springsteen was a once in a lifetime event I hope you get to experience.

The Set List

Here’s a set list from one his shows back in February in Florida. Scroll past if you don’t want spoil it for you!

No Surrender


Prove It All Night

Letter To You

The Promised Land

Out In The Street

Candy’s Room

Kitty’s Back


Don’t Play That Song (You Lied)

The E Street Shuffle

Mansion On The Hill

Johnny 99

Last Man Standing


Because The Night

She’s The One

Wrecking Ball

The Rising



Thunder Road


Born To Run

Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)

Glory Days

Dancing In The Dark

Tenth Avenue Freeze Out

I’ll See You In My Dreams

The E Street Band

This awesome band consists of: Roy Bittan, Jake Clemons, Charlie Giordano, Nils Lofgren, Patti Scialfa, Garry Tallent, Steve Van Zandt, and Max Weinberg accompanied by Anthony Almonte.

The E Street Choir (Curtis King, Michelle Moore, Lisa Lowell, Ada Dyer), and the E Street Horns (Curt Ramm, Barry Danielian, Eddie Manion, Ozzie Melendez).

I was privileged to meet the iconic drummer, Max Weinberg, at a radio event that he hosted for us, in the 1990’s. He was kind, and very down to earth. Back in 2015, I honored to interview Steve Van Zandt! 

Jake Clemons

Jake plays the sax for the E Street Band. He is the nephew of the legendary, original band sax player, Clarence, who passed away in 2011.

Philly Dates Postponed

Bruce postponed two Philly dates, August 16, and 18th due to illness, announcing it on Twitter. No other dates as of this publishing have been announced. Check back to for updates.

Now, that we got the music down, let’s take the ride for Bruce Springsteen at Gillette Stadium, with EVERYTHING you need!

  • Where Can I Find 105.7 WROR?

    Bruce Springsteen Pre Show Party at Scorpion Bar

    Join 105.7 WROR at Scorpion Bar at Patriot Place before Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band take the stage at Gillette Stadium! We will be there before the show both nights, Thursday, August 24th, and Saturday, August 26th from 5pm-7pm!

    Don’t have tickets? Both nights we will be giving away a pair of last-minute tickets to the show! Come on down for your chance to win!

    Find out more at

  • What Time Do Doors/Gates Open?

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    Event Start Time: 7:30 pm

    I ALWAYS leave early and allow for traffic and other surprises.

    Concerts/Other Stadium Events: Gate opening times will vary per event. Please review the Event Guide for the specific event you are interested in attending. Or, follow us on Twitter at for up-to-date information on any given stadium event.

  • Bag Policy: IMPORTANT


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    I always put this up at the top, because, getting sent back to your car is no fun!

    • Clear Bag Policy:
      • Non-clear bags are not to exceed 4.5” x 6.5”.
      • Clear bags are not to exceed 12” x 6” x 12”.
      • Clear backpacks are allowed, as long as they meet the 12″ x 6″ x 12″ clear bag policy.
    • Banner Information:
      • Banners larger than 11” x 17” are not permitted.
      • Lights/battery packs are not permitted on signage, clothing or any other objects.
      • Stadium/artist management reserves the right to prohibit signs or banners due to message content.
    • Electronics Information:
      • No GoPro, video cameras, tripods or monopods.
      • No professional cameras or cameras with detachable lenses.
      • Polaroid cameras and portable phone chargers are permitted.
    • Empty reusable water bottles are allowed inside Gillette Stadium ONLY if you are sitting in the 100s, 200s and 300s. No reusable water bottles will be allowed if you have floor tickets.
    • Selfie sticks, backpacks, lasers, umbrellas, and outside food and beverage are NOT permitted inside the stadium. For a full list of permitted and prohibited items, please click here.
  • Can I take A Train To Gillette? YES You Can!


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    • Aug 24 show will have service from BOS only
      • Boston special event trains will depart from South Station with stops at Back Bay and Dedham Corporate Center before arriving at Foxboro Station.
      • Thursday, Aug. 24 (BOS ONLY):
        • Depart South Station: 5:15 PM
        • Depart Back Bay: 5:20 PM
        • Depart Dedham Corporate Center: 5:40 PM
        • Arrive at Foxboro Station: 6:15 PM
      • NOTE: Trains will depart Foxboro Station 30 minutes after each concert ends.
    • Roundtrip tickets are $20 each and go on sale Thursday, August 10 at 11AM exclusively via the mTicket app.
    • Please note: These are special event trains and ticket sales will be stopped once the maximum capacity is reached. Regular Commuter Rail tickets and passes are not valid for special event trains. Guests choosing to travel to Gillette Stadium for the Thursday, Aug. 24 show via the Foxboro Station weekday Commuter Rail service will not be able to return to Boston following the conclusion of the show via the special event train without purchasing a corresponding special event train ticket. The last Foxboro Station weekday Commuter Rail train departs for Boston at 10:20 p.m., while special event trains will depart 30 minutes following the conclusion of each concert.
  • Parking At Gillette: When Should I Arrive?


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    Like I mentioned, allowing extra time will help you enjoy this event! Check out this concert parking map.

    • Parking lots open four (4) hours prior to the start of the show, and close immediately after the event concludes. As a ticket holder, you can save time on event day by purchasing a prepaid parking pass. In order to purchase, you must use the same email address your event tickets are associated with. You may only purchase 1 pass per account.
    • Prepaid parking is $50 and is the ONLY way to park on the stadium side of Route 1 – a spot in one of our stadium-side lots is guaranteed regardless of when you arrive. Please note that parking passes are limited and are subject to availability. Click here to buy.
    • Gillette Stadium also offers general parking on the opposite side of Route 1. General parking is included in the price of your ticket. Click here to see a map.
  • Does Gillette Use Cash? No


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    Unlike Fenway, Gillette is completely cashless. What does that mean?

    • Gillette Stadium is a completely cashless stadium. Only contactless payment options will be accepted within the stadium. Event attendees will be able to utilize one of our new Cash-to-Card kiosks to convert cash to Visa® prepaid cards. Visa® prepaid cards will be valid anywhere Visa® is accepted. For more information on our Cash-to-Card kiosks, click here.
  • How Can I Win Tickets?

    Springsteen & The E Street Band at Gillette Stadium on August 24th & 26th tour art

    TWO WAYS: Listen to Bob and LBF in the morning and Jaybeau in the afternoon all week long for your chance to win! Be caller 10 to 888-410-1057 and the tickets are yours! Find out more at

    OR come out to to Scorpion Bar at Patriot Place before the show both nights, Thursday, August 24th, and Saturday, August 26th from 5pm-7pm! Both nights we will be giving away a pair of last-minute tickets to the show! Come on down for your chance to win!

  • Is There Wifi


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    Look for the Gillette Stadium wifi to stay connected throughout the event. It’s complimentary.

  • ADA: What If I Have Special Needs?


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    Gillette accommodates those Boss fans with special needs. See below

    • Gillette Stadium provides two (2) dedicated ADA Elevators for guests needing additional accommodations and requiring elevator access: one on the west side of the stadium at the W1 entrance, and one on the east side of the stadium at the Ticketmaster Gate. To see a map of these stadium entrances, please click here.
    • Please visit our Accessible Services page to learn about Accessible Seating and Relocation or call our ADA Coordinator at (508) 384-9191 / MassRelay (800) 439-2370.
  • Is There A Guide For Restaurants?

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    Of course!! As we all know, Patriots Place has a variety of dining and fun bar experiences.

    Explore the shops and restaurants at Patriot Place before and after the event.

  • Can We Tailgate For Bruce?


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    Yes WE CAN! But sorry, no open flames.


    Tailgating in general parking lots may begin when the lots open to general parking unless directed by parking/security or public safety officials. However, open fires are not allowed. All fires must be contained within a suitable and appropriate fire burning device and must be movable in the event of an emergency. “Fire pits” with open flames are not considered movable in the event of an emergency, and therefore are not allowed. All fires and/or grills should not be left unattended. Used charcoal briquettes and/or other burning material must be disposed of properly and not left on the parking surface to burn out.

  • Where Are My Seats?

    Philadelphia Union v New England Revolution

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    Trying to figure out which side of the stadium you’re sitting on? Certainly helps for deciding where to park! You can check out the handy Gillette Stadium seat guide.

  • Can I Bring My Drone?

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    No, but if you do, you can record yourself from an aerial view being escorted out.

  • Does Gillette Have Electric Car Charging Stations?


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    Yes, if you’ve got an electric car, there are a number of places to charge up, I counted six on this map. You may want to get there early though!

  • What If I Want to Give My Tickets To Someone Else?

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    All ticketing at Gillette these days is via the Mobile App.

    Tickets to all events at Gillette Stadium will be accessible via mobile device only. Fans can access and manage mobile tickets via the Gillette Stadium App which is available on the App Store (for iPhone users) and Google Play Store (for Android users). It is recommended that you add your mobile tickets to your Apple Wallet or Google Pay to beat busy network connections at the game or event.


  • Can I Vape?


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    Smoking or vaping is a NO GO, sorry. Gillette has been a smoke free facility since 2012, so plan accordingly!

  • What I Have More Questions?

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    For everything else you may need to know, you should check out the official Gillette Stadium A-Z Guide for all of the answers!

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