American singer-songwriter Bruce Springsteen, often referred to simply as The Boss, is one of the nation’s legendary contemporary musicians. His recording career has spanned three decades and his chart-topping streak makes him one of the all-time top-selling musicians.

On the road, Springsteen’s concerts often fetch top-dollar, whether he’s performing solo or with his iconic E Street Band. Some of the best known members of the backing band include guitarist Steven Van Zandt, saxophonist Clarence Clemons and drummer Max Weinberg, all of whom have built successful careers outside of the group.

Springsteen is a regular fixture on the touring circuit, and despite the frequency and length of his tours, he remains one of the top-selling acts on the road. As with any popular and time-tested recording artist, Springsteen’s ticket sales regular place him in the top of TicketNews’s exclusive events rankings.

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Over the past year, some of the biggest names in the music industry announced their retirement and end of touring, leaving younger musicians to rise to the occasion — and claim their spot on top. Elton John, Neil Diamond, Rush, Paul Simon, Kenny Rogers, Joan Baez, Ozzy Osbourne and... Read more
Springsteen Fans Lament Broadway Process; Offer Organs to Pay for Tickets
The allegedly final round of tickets went on sale for Springsteen on Broadway, and once again, it was a bloodbath for fans, as high prices and hurt feelings dominated the process, while promoters once again cashed in on the highest price tickets in Broadway history. The latest extension by... Read more
Springsteen on Broadway Extension Boils Down to (Very Big) Numbers
For a limited run, Springsteen on Broadway sure does seem to be lasting a long time. The Boss announced another 80-odd performances this week, extending his performances at the Walter Kerr Theatre in New York through December 15, 2018, more than a year after the curtain originally rose on... Read more
George Strait, Playoff Football Headline Hot Ticket Market
With a local audience and high expectations, last night’s CFP Championship Game between Georgia and Alabama delivered – both in the marketplace as the No. 1 seller for Monday, and on the field, as the Crimson Tide rallied for a victory in OT. The contest was followed in close... Read more
Verified Fan Onsale Fails Many Springsteen Fans Again
When rock-folk legend and working-class hero Bruce Springsteen announced an eight-week engagement performing intimate shows of music and storytelling at Broadway’s Walter Kerr Theatre this summer, fans knew tickets would be difficult to purchase. Now a three-times extended show that will run into June 2018, Springsteen on Broadway has... Read more
Tickets On Sale: Tuesday, December 19, 2017
Headlining today’s events on sale is the third and final extension of Springsteen on Broadway, the infamously hard-to-get ticket that everyone’s talking about. The Boss’ Broadway finale will run from February 28 – June 30. Tickets go on sale at 10 AM through Ticketmaster Verified Fan. Today’s presale list... Read more
Springsteen on Broadway Sets On Sale Date for Final Shows
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;... Read more
Springsteen on Broadway Extended – Again
Bruce Springsteen’s ever-popular residency at the Walter Kerr Theatre has been extended once again, this time into the summer of 2018. The show was originally scheduled to run for eight weeks, but just hours after tickets went on sale back in August, it was more than doubled. With all... Read more
Has Broadway Become Reliant on Celebrity Draw at the Box Office?
This week in Broadway news is dominated by reports of “splashy debuts” for singer-songwriter Jason Mraz and comedian-actress Amy Schumer in Waitress and Meteor Shower, respectively. The big stage first-timers brought in huge sales; on the other foot, we’ve seen a trend in shows faltering when its a big... Read more
Will Springsteen Extend His Broadway Run – Again?
A mysterious note that follows a New York Post article has sent rumors flying about the possibility of a second extension to Springsteen’s residency at the intimate Walter Kerr Theatre. The report, released on Tuesday, says that Springsteen “is having the time of his life”, and thus the show may... Read more