May 18th in Washington looks good!!

Bruce Springsteen’s camp ‘Working’ on US tour
The first handful of US dates have surfaced for Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band’s upcoming world tour behind their new album, “Working On a Dream,” which reaches stores tomorrow (1/27).
US stops so far confirmed by promoters include San Jose, CA; Charlottesville, VA; Washington, DC; and Pittsburgh, PA; and tickets for each of those shows are scheduled to go on sale Feb. 2. Many more dates are in the works. Last week, Springsteen’s camp nailed down plans for a half-dozen European shows scattered from early June through early July.
“Working on a Dream,” the follow up to 2007’s platinum-certified “Magic,” is Springsteen’s 24th album. The set–his fourth to feature producer Brendan O’Brien behind the knobs–features 12 new Springsteen compositions and two bonus tracks.
Springsteen’s new album and tour will get a huge promotional boost on Feb. 1, when he performs during the halftime show at Super Bowl XLIII in Tampa, FL.
The Boss made another high-profile appearance during the inaugural festivities for President Barack Obama when he teamed with U2, Stevie Wonder, Garth Brooks and other big-name acts for a free, inaugural-kickoff concert in Washington, DC.
April 2009
1 – San Jose, CA – HP Pavilion
May 2009
5 – Charlottesville, VA – John Paul Jones Arena
18 – Washington, DC – Verizon Center
19 – Pittsburgh, PA – Mellon Arena