The Boss is Coming

Here we are, just under one year from the 2008 presidential elections. Our economy sucks, the American dollar is quickly becoming as valuable as the Mexican peso, and our soon-to-be-former government leaders have lead their careers entrenched in power, corruption, and lies, turning American dreams into American nightmares. Is there any hope?

If you're a Bruce Springsteen-loving optimist, then yes.

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band have announced plans of a 2008 tour that will bring them to Seattle appearance this Spring, on Saturday, March 29 at Key Arena, in support of his recent, totally awesome full-length, Magic.

Keep in mind that this might be the last time you see Max Weinberg, Little Stevie, Nils Lofgren, and Bruce on the same stage together.

Tickets go on sale December 8. That is, if you can afford them.

Complete tour schedule after the jump.

February 28 Hartford, CT HCC Arena

March 2 Montreal, QC Bell Centre

March 3 Hamilton, ONT Copps Coliseum

March 6 Rochester, NY Blue Cross Arena (Sold out)

March 7 Buffalo, NY HSBC Arena

March 10 Hempstead, NY Nassau Coliseum

March 14 Omaha, NE Quest Center

March 16 St. Paul, MN Xcel Center

March 17 Milwaukee, WI Bradley Center

March 20 Indianapolis, IN Canseco Center

March 22 Cincinnati, OH U.S. Bank Arena

March 24 Columbus, OH Schottenstein Center

March 28 Portland, OR The Rose Garden

March 29 Seattle, WA Key Arena

March 31 Vancouver, BC GM Place

April 4 Sacramento, CA Arco Arena

April 5 San Jose, CA HPPavillion at San Jose

April 7 Anaheim, CA Honda Center

April 8 Anaheim, CA Honda Center

April 13 Dallas, TX TBA

April 14 Houston, TX TBA

April 18 Ft Lauderdale, FL Bank Atlantic Center

April 19 Orlando, FL Amway Arena

April 21 Tampa, FL St. Pete Times Forum

April 25 Atlanta, GA Philips Arena

April 27 Charlotte, NC Charlotte Bobcat Arena

April 28 Greensboro, NC Greensboro Coliseum

April 30 Charlottesville, VA John Paul Jones Arena

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