We woke this morning to the new that The Boss is headed to the Hunter. Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will play Hope Estate on February 18 as part of their tour of Australia and New Zealand. Here’s everything you need to know.
For one month Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will be calling Australia and New Zealand home, with nine shows sure to delight fans who have rabidly been monitoring the international movements of The River Tour. The tour includes a show at Hope Estate on February 18.
Frontier Members pre-sale via frontiertouring.com/brucespringsteen begins Tuesday 20 September. (Pre-sale times are staggered per show. Visit the website for more details).
General public goes on sale from Friday 23 September.
Hope Estate was founded by Michael Hope, who describes himself as ‘just a country boy from Young’. A pharmacist by trade, he built up a prosperous chain of pharmacies in rural NSW and Sydney before deciding to move out of Sydney.
Wondering if you should drive to the show or catch the bus? Wonder no longer. You should catch the bus. Hope employ an army of police and traffic control staff after the show to help cars leave as quickly as possible, but the Pokolbin road system blocks up really quickly and they can’t control that. Even though they offer VIP Parking with some of our hospitality packages, you’re still looking at a long wait.
JET to reform
Aussie favourites, JET will perform as special guests for the Hope Estate show on February 18
DIESEL will also hit the stage at Hope Estate as a special guest.
Full Tour Dates
Wednesday 25 January – Perth Arena, Perth
Monday 30 January – Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide
Thursday 2 February – AAMI Park, Melbourne
Tuesday 7 February – Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney
Saturday 11 February – Hanging Rock, Mt Macedon
Tuesday 14 February – Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane
Saturday 18 February – Hope Estate, Hunter Valley
Tuesday 21 February – AMI Stadium, Christchurch
Saturday 25 February – Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland