Bruce Springsteen Falls Onstage in Amsterdam

During a show in Amsterdam, Bruce Springsteen made a silly mistake on stage.

The rock star tripped and fell on his face as he tried to get back up on stage while carrying his guitar. Even though things went wrong, he was not hurt.

The accident happened about halfway through the show after Springsteen had been in the pit for a while.

Springsteen was able to get himself together right away as members of the E Street Band ran over to check on him and help the singer get back on his feet.

“Goodnight, everyone!” he yelled to the crowd as he gingerly returned to the spotlight.

Springsteen has had a successful year thus far, with the exception of the fall. On his last European tour, Springsteen brought out former first lady Michelle Obama and Spielberg husband-and-wife Kate Capshaw for a performance of “Glory Days.”

At his show in Rome’s Circus Maximus, famous people like Sting, Nick Cave, drummers Lars Ulrich from Metallica and Nick Mason from Pink Floyd, and actors Woody Harrelson, Chris Rock, and Isla Fisher were in the crowd.

Bruce Springsteen’s 21st studio record, “Only the Strong Survive,” was made up of R&B covers and came out last year.