Prior to the recent Thanksgiving holiday, Bruce Springsteen revealed the first dates of his 2012 tour with the E Street Band. In the days...

Prior to the recent Thanksgiving holiday, Bruce Springsteen revealed the first dates of his 2012 tour with the E Street Band. In the days since then, the rock legend has fleshed out those plans with additional concert dates.

Springsteen’s itinerary now spans three months and features more than two dozen concerts across Europe. Shows are booked from May 13 at the Estadio Olimpico in Seville, Spain, through July 27 at the Ullevi Stadium in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Public onsale dates vary in each tour market. Ticket sales have already started in about 10 cities, with the majority of remaining onsales opening over the course of this week and early next week. More ticket details can be found on Springsteen’s official Web site.

The musician’s site also promises that U.S. tour dates will be announced soon. But until then, the timing of the European trek could suggest either a late winter/early spring or late summer/early fall launch for the national outing.

Springsteen and the E Street Band last toured the world in 2009 with the Working on a Dream Tour. During that venture, the Boss bookended a summer leg in Europe with lengthy spring and fall tours in North America.

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

May 13 Seville, SPA Estadio Olimpico
May 17 Barcelona, SPA Estadio Olimpico Lluis Companys
May 25 Frankfurt, GER Commerzbank Arena
May 27 Cologne, GER Rhein Energie Stadion
May 28 Landgraaf, NET Pinkpop Festival
May 30 Berlin, GER Olympiastadion Berlin
June 2 San Sebastian, SPA Estadio de Anoeta
June 3 Lisbon, POR Rock in Rio Lisboa
June 7 Milan, ITA Stadio Giuseppe Meazza
June 10 Nocera, ITA Stadio San Francesco d’Assisi
June 11 Trieste, ITA Stadeo Nereo Rocco
June 17 Madrid, SPA Estadio Santiago Bernabeu
June 19 Montpellier, FRA Park & Suites Arena
June 21 Sunderland, ENG Stadium of Light
June 22 Manchester, ENG City of Manchester Stadium
June 24 Newport, ENG Isle of Wight Festival
July 4 – 5 Paris, FRA Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
July 7 Roskilde, DEN Roskilde Festival
July 9 Zurich, SWI Letzigrund Stadium
July 11 Prague, CEH Synot Tip Arena
July 12 Vienna, AUT Ernst Happel Stadion
July 14 London, ENG Hard Rock Calling
July 17 Dublin, IRE RDS Arena
July 21 Oslo, NOR Valle Hovin Stadium
July 23 Bergen, NOR Koengen
July 27 Gothenburg, SWE Ullevi Stadium