The Born To Run star stepped out in Cape Town ahead of four concerts with the E Street Band - on January 26, 28 and 29 in Cape Town and on February 1 in Johannesburg.
Nicknamed "The Boss", Springsteen flew into the area in a private jet, removing a black leather jacket in the sunny summer weather as he headed to a waiting vehicle.
Springsteen has recently released a new album titled High Hopes.
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