What to Know
- Bruce Springsteen is planning to make his Broadway debut onstage this fall at the Walter Kerr Theatre in a solo show
- He'll perform songs from his career, interspersed with readings of his best-selling memoir "Born to Run"
- "Springsteen on Broadway" begins previews Oct. 3, then opens Oct. 12 at the intimate 960-seat venue. The eight-week plays through Nov. 26
Bruce Springsteen fans hoping to catch his new show on Broadway have another shot at getting tickets to his sold-out performances.
"Springsteen on Broadway" is offering 26 tickets through a digital lottery for every performance, limit two tickets per winner. Tickets will cost $75 each.
Lottery entries have opened, and they'll be permitted up to a week prior to the desired show. Drawings will take place 24 hours before the show.
The digital lottery can be accessed at luckyseat.com.
"Springsteen on Broadway" begins previews Oct. 3 ahead of an Oct. 12 opening at the intimate 960-seat Walter Kerr Theatre on West 48th Street. Springsteen will perform five shows a week through February 3, 2018.
When tickets hit the market last month, they were resold almost immediately, sparking complaints of price-gouging. Some were going for as much as $7,000 on StubHub.