Announcement: A Springsteen Music Festival featuring BRUCE JUICE and special guests, will take place on Sunday 12 September 2021 at Molesey, near Hampton Court, south-west London.

This event will be a high energy, live performance delivering four sets including a comprehensive anthology of the Boss’s catalogue, from the early years, the pumping ’70s and through the great stadium performances.

The day will feature a full set on the Early Years, featuring songs from ‘Greetings’ and ‘Wild & Innocent’ and their respective tours as well. This will be followed with the weighty ’70s classics from ‘Born to Run’ and ‘Darkness’ albums – again adding great tracks from those respective tours as well. On top of that will be the hits from ‘The River’ and ‘Born in the USA’ albums as well as other songs from the  1990’s, and 2000’s.

Doors will be 1pm; on stage at 2pm and finishing around 8pm. This will be an outdoor event in a marquee for up to 500 people with both seats and standing tickets available.

The location is just a 10 minute walk from Hampton Court railway station, which in turn is 36 minutes to central London (Waterloo).

The event is also a charity fundraiser for an African school project and Steve van Zandt’s charity.

For details and ticket info about the Springsteen Music Festival, read here

Upcoming Events

Friday 3 Sept 2021
The Legion, Winnersh

Saturday 11 Sept 2021
Club gig – SOLD OUT

Sunday 12 Sept 2021
Springsteen Festival, Molesey

Friday 24 Sept 2021
The Globe, Cardiff

Friday 29 Oct 2021
Half Moon, Putney

Friday 3 Dec 2021
The Hub, Hampton

Saturday 11 Dec 2021
The Warehouse, Leeds

Friday 14 Jan 2022
The Live Rooms, Chester

Saturday 12 Feb 2022
Queen’s Hall, Nuneaton

Saturday 12 March 2022
Chinnerys, Southend

Friday 1 April 2022
Half Moon, Putney

Friday 13 May 2022
Engine Rooms, Southampton

Friday 10 June 2022
Nightrain, Bradford

For more information on tickets and
details of each gig, click here…



Legendary E Street Band drummer, Vinnie ‘Maddog’ Lopez, whose licks are immortalised on Springsteen’s first two albums, gave an E Street injection to BRUCE JUICE, penning: “Bruce Juice Rules. Rock ON !! Vinnie Maddog Lopez – E St HoF 2014.”

“Good luck Bruce Juice”

Jake Clemons of The ‘E’ Street Band, pictured in front a silhouette of his uncle Clarence on a Bruce Juice poster, gives a thumbs up to the new band and pens a good luck note to the Bruce Juice sax player
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