Tickets for the final extension of the ever-popular Springsteen on Broadway will go on sale Tuesday, December 19 at 10 AM. The second extension of The Boss’ Broadway debut includes performances from February 28 – June 30, 2018.

There will be no additional registration for this block of tickets; they will only be available to fans who previously registered.

Ticketmaster’s site states:

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Due to overwhelming participation in the original Onsale powered by Ticketmaster #VerifiedFan, there will be no additional registration for this extension. Fans who previously registered and were verified but placed on Standby and did not receive a code, and fans who received a code but were unsuccessful in purchasing tickets will be contacted with further information about the added shows.

Please Note:

  • All codes from the initial onsale(s) are invalid. New codes will be required to participate in the extended run onsale.

  • Being registered does not guarantee you will receive a code and receiving a code does not guarantee you will get tickets.

If randomly selected from the registered pool, you will receive an access code via text message on Tuesday, December 19 prior to the Onsale at 10AM ET. The first message will include timing details and a link to where you can purchase your tickets, immediately followed by another text containing your unique access code. Keep your phone handy – you’ll receive text messages 2-4 hours before the Onsale.

All performances of Springsteen On Broadway through February 3 are sold out, but for every performance, 26 tickets will be sold for $75 each, limit 2 tickets per winner, via the Springsteen on Broadway Lottery. Lottery entries are permitted up to a week prior to the performance desired and drawings occur 24 hours prior to the performance.

Springsteen himself described his Broadway project on the show’s website:

“My vision of these shows is to make them as personal and intimate as possible. I chose Broadway for this project because it has the beautiful old theaters which seemed like the right setting for what I have in mind. In fact, with one or two exceptions, the 960 seats of the Walter Kerr Theatre is probably the smallest venue I’ve played in the last 40 years. My show is just me, the guitar, the piano and the words and music. Some of the show is spoken, some of it is sung, all of it together is in pursuit of my constant goal—to communicate something of value,” says Springsteen.