The Boss just can’t stay away, it seems

Copenhagen makes the cut for Springsteen’s European summer tour

Apparently his marathon show at last summer’s Roskilde Festival wasn’t quite enough for Bruce Springsteen. Less than a year later, the veteran rocker has already booked a triumphant return for next May in Copenhagen.

Entertainment agency Live Nation announced earlier this week that Springsteen has signed on to play a show on May 14 at Parken, joined by his long-time backup group, the E Street Band.

Now 63, the ‘Born to Run’ star released his 18th studio album, Wrecking Ball, this past spring. The New Jersey native is known for his lengthy live performances and iconic Americana-style hits.

Springsteen’s Roskilde performance this past July, during which he played a 26-song set, was his first appearance in Denmark since the late 1980s. Since hailed as one of the most acclaimed concerts on Danish soil in 2012, the show-stopping event ran for over three hours and included a guest performance from hip hop band The Roots.

Springsteen's fans will be dancing in the dark all over Europe when he kicks off a summer tour in Oslo this April. After stops in Sweden and Germany, concerts will also be played in Italy, Belgium, France and the UK.

While tickets for select concerts are already available online, tickets for the Copenhagen show will not go on sale until December 10.

So it looks like the glory days aren’t over for Denmark quite yet.