The first batch of tickets for Bruce Springsteen's intimate run of Broadway solo shows sold out in less than 24 hours. That much is no surprise. Still, it doesn't make the mile-high secondary market prices (up to $7,500!) any easier to stomach.
Fortunately for those fans left on “standby access,” the Boss is extending the run with a whopping 10 additional dates. (Again, no big surprise, considering most of his tours get a slew of dates tacked on after initial tickets inevitably and expediently sell out).
Here's the breakdown on how to score tickets to the new dates (before those run out as well).
-You can register to purchase new tickets through Ticketmaster's #VerifedFan Onsale, a system designed to thwart ticket bots and brokers. Registering does not guarantee you will receive a code to purchase tickets.
-There is a two ticket limit.
-Don't register again if you already registered for the first round. Your registration has been automatically carried over for an opportunity to receive a code for the new run.
-If you successfully purchased tickets on the first run, you have to register again to purchase additional tickets to the new dates. Registration closes on September 3.
In “Springsteen on Broadway,” the classic rocker returns to the stage for his first solo performances since 2005’s Devils & Dust tour. We're anticipating the shows to feature songs from throughout his decades-spanning career, interspersed with readings from his recent memoir Born to Run. The Walter Kerr Theater has only 1,000 seats, so these concerts are sure to be his most intimate in decades.