The 'We Take Care of Our Own' singer announced on his website that he will appear for the Obama campaign in the battleground state of Virginia on Tuesday (October 23).
Springsteen's concert is to be held at the nTelos Wireless Pavilion in Charlottesville to promote Obama's voter turn-out efforts. The event is open to the public.
Tickets are available at the OFA-Charlottesville/UVA Campus Office and OFA-Charlottesville Office.
Springsteen previously performed at two Obama events in Ohio and Iowa last week, where he debuted the campaign's new theme song 'Forward'.
He also penned an open letter explaining to his fans why he will be voting for Obama over Republican candidate Mitt Romney in the November election.
Springsteen first endorsed Obama in the 2008 presidential election, when the leader and running mate Joe Biden triumphed over John McCain and Sarah Palin.
Watch Bruce Springsteen perform 'Forward' below: