Bruce Springsteen extends upcoming Broadway run until February 2018

Ticketmaster on Wednesday announced that the Bruce Springsteen solo show, "Springsteen on Broadway", which had been announced to run October 3 to November 26, has been extended 10 weeks, to February 3.

For all of Ticketmaster's efforts, resale sites already are flooded with "Springsteen on Broadway" tickets, with some reaching $10,000 apiece. The show will take place in a 975-seat venue, making for both a uniquely intimate performance with the legend and an nearly impossible chance at scoring tickets. Registering does not guarantee you will receive a code to purchase tickets. 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. If you previously registered for Springsteen on Broadway powered by Ticketmaster #VerifiedFan, your registration will be automatically carried over for the new run. Fans can register through Ticketmaster until September 3. Registering again or a couple of times does not increase your chances to receive an offer code. (Again, no big surprise, considering most of his tours get a slew of dates tacked on after initial tickets inevitably and expediently sell out).

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The show at the Walter Kerr Theatre begins previews October 3 ahead of an October 12 opening at the 960-seat venue, said the Chicago Sun-Times.

Ticketmaster announced yesterday that Bruce Springsteen's upcoming residency at Walter Kerr Theatre, Springsteen on Broadway, would more than double in duration.

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