| Live Event
| Music

Glory Days: A Tribute to Bruce Springsteen

Saturday September 21, 2024
A reproduction of the Born in the USA album cover.
Show Date & Time:
Saturday September 21, 8:00pm
Ticket Price:

€29 (inclusive of booking fee)

Glory Days, Ireland’s favourite tribute band to Bruce Springsteen

2024 is the 40th anniversary of the release of the album Born In The USA, which sold over 30 million records and made Bruce Springsteen a living legend. Glory Days are going to play the album from start to finish, as well as many of Springsteen other classic songs. So don’t miss this chance to hear the complete album live.

Cover Me, Dancing In The Dark, Born In The USA, I’m On Fire, I’m Going Down and My Hometown were all singles from the album plus 4 more great songs from the album all played in the album order. They will also be playing many of Springsteen’s other favourite songs.

Glory Days are Ireland’s 6 piece all live tribute band to the living legend Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. They have been touring Ireland for a number of years selling out theatres and venues from Kerry to Belfast and Galway to Dublin, as well as playing to thousands at festivals.

They play a wide range of songs from Born To Run and The River, his Oscar winner Philadelphia, up to his more recent songs like Ghosts, and everywhere they play there is a great atmosphere with the Springsteen fans who love to sing along. So, if you want to be part of a night celebrating Bruce Springsteen and the E Street band, join Glory Days for their first show at An Grianán.

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