(CelebrityAccess News Service) – Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will perform in San Francisco for the first time since 1978 at Pacific Bell Park on August 16 and for the first time ever at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles on August 17. These are the only stadium appearances in California scheduled for their current 2002-2003 world tour, and, along with an already announced date in Denver, CO (Invesco Field at Mile High Stadium on September 25), the tour's only West Coast dates. In 1978, Springsteen and the E Street band performed at Winterland.
Gregg Perloff, who resigned from Clear Channel Entertainment (CelebrityAccess, July 11), wasted no time getting back into the concert promotion game as an independent promoter. In association with Giants Enterprises LLC (Pacific Bell Park)in San Francisco, he is promoting the Springsteen show.
Since Springsteen's tour began on August 7, 2002, Springsteen and the E Street Band have sold an astonishing near-3 million tickets worldwide, including 1.1 million on their recent 24-date, 13-city European tour and over 1.1 million so far for this summer's US stadium tour. –edited by Jane Cohen and Bob Grossweiner
Wasserman Leaves CCE on Heels of Perloff
(CelebrityAccess News Service) – On the heels of Gregg Perloff's resignation from Clear Channel's San Francisco office (CelebrityAccess, July 11) comes confirmation that
another mainstay, Sherry Wasserman, has resigned with Perloff to pursue new endeavors.
A statement from Clear Channel Entertainment said, "Everyone at Clear Channel Entertainment wishes them well."
CCE said that news on a new management team is forthcoming.–edited by Jane Cohen and Bob Grosweiner