BRUCE Springsteen has announced he is to play three gigs in Ireland next summer – but none in the the capital.
The Boss played sell out shows in Dublin earlier this year – however has decided not to revisit next summer, forcing his Dublin based fans to venture outside the capital if they want to see him.
‘The Wrecking ball tour’ has become the most attended tour in the world this year, and is also expected to become the highest grossing of the year also.
The singer will play Thomond Park in Limerick on July 16, Cork's Páirc Uí Chaoimh on July 18, and King's Hall Arena, Belfast on July 20.
Tickets go on sale on Thursday December 6 at 9.00am and are priced €90 for general admission and €100 for seated.
The Album Wrecking Ball released earlier this year became Springsteen’s tenth No.1 Album in the US as well as topping the charts all across Europe including Ireland.