If you didn't score any "Springsteen on Broadway" tickets Wednesday morning, you'll have another shot to see The Boss in NY very soon. At the very least, the extension offers more chance at tickets for disappointed fans who didn't manage to score in the first round of sales.
"But wait @Ticketmaster thought the #SpringsteenBroadway #VerifiedFan tickets were supposed to go to real fans." one Twitter user wrote. In order to buy tickets through Verified Fan, consumers must register their name, mobile number, and address in the days prior to the on-sale date. Fans who did not sign up the first time around may register to take part in the Verified Fan presale for the additional shows.
Ticket information for the new crop of shows has not been announced.
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The presale for the next batch of Springsteen tickets will take place next Thursday, September 7 at 10:00 AM ET. Remaining registrants were placed on standby but should now be serviced by the extended run. Springsteen on Broadway, which will mark Bruce Springsteen's Broadway debut, will now run through February 3, 2018.
Earlier this month, Bruce Springsteen announced plans for a run of "personal and intimate" performances this fall at Broadway's Walter Kerr Theatre. "Across more than 50 tours so far, we've seen less than five per cent of the tickets sold distributed over the secondary market".
Previews for the show begin on October 3.
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