Springsteen choose Sevilla (May 13) to start his European tour
Bruce Springsteen will be the major musical event of 2012 in Seville.
The announcement of the opening of The Boss's European tour on Sunday, May 13 excited yesterday to thousands of fans who await with impatience from different corners of the country to put the tickets on sale.
Also the hospitality industry welcomed with great satisfaction this "very good news". It will be "one of the major musical events of world reference", said its Vice President, Antonio Palomino, who explained that it is a "mobilization of the first order" exceeding "local scope". In addition, allows you to venture a "hotel occupancy to the full", bearing in mind that tourists spend on average in these events 80 or 90 euros in restoration.
Also emphasised the economic importance of the agreement the Minister of tourism, Luciano Alonso, that the Olympic Stadium in Seville society figure at around five million euros. Alonso highlighted the show "will reinforce the imaging of Seville and Andalusia as a destination linked to the organisation of major events".
The Boss and his entourage desembarquaran in the capital several days in advance to the desired appointment. According to their official website, "the band is incredibly excited" with the tour. Springsteen takes away from the stages from 2009 – visited Seville in July and this will be the first tour without the saxophonist Clarence Clemons, who died in June.
A 'boss' who moves the masses
Hundreds of fans were surprised to learn that Springsteen will open their tour in Seville. Laura, 33 years old, does not hesitate to come from Huelva with her husband and their friends "Because"The Boss' is a legend and represents a generation of groups that made real music, with concerts where the instruments and voice charge profile front light architectures and dances". Their enthusiasm is take his godson, 17-year-old, and that "Unfortunately, only known to Justin Timberlake or Bisbal". In addition, concludes, "few will be chances return to great musicians so close to home".