The glory days are on their way.
Starting in February 2023, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band hit the road again for their first tour in seven years.
There are 31 US concerts on tour, including Philadelphia (March 16), New York (April 1), Brooklyn (April 3), and Newark (April 14).
Tickets will go on sale on Ticketmaster to the general public over the next two weeks. The Philadelphia concert goes on sale Tuesday, July 26 at 10 a.m. and the New York/New Jersey shows Friday, July 29 at 10 a.m.
Some of the other concerts outside of the tri-state area will have tickets on sale on Ticketmaster starting July 20.
This is expected to be one of the hottest concert tours of the year, and it can be difficult to get tickets at face value, especially since Springsteen uses the Ticketmaster Verified process. Fan.
However, if you don’t want to wait for tickets to go on sale to the general public, you can find seats now on the secondary market. Verified resale sites like StubHub, TicketNetwork, and MegaSeats offer select shows with tickets for purchase.
It’s common for speculative notes to appear first in the secondary market, but be aware that prices can be more expensive than when they go on sale to the general public – in some cases absurdly expensive.
For example, on Friday morning, the lowest price on TicketNetwork for the Prudential Center show in New Jersey is $736. Other shows across the country are far more reasonable — for now, at least. There are tickets on StubHub in the $100 to $200 range for concerts in Dallas, Orlando, Houston and Denver.
Vivid Seats and SeatGeek are other verified secondary sites that will likely have tickets before they officially go on sale at Ticketmaster.
Following the US leg of the tour, Springsteen and the E Street Band will travel overseas for a series of European concerts.
Other stars on tour in 2022
Before The Boss returns, some of the biggest names in music are hitting theaters across the United States. Here are five more:
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Matt Levy covers the entertainment industry live, writing about upcoming concerts, festivals, shows and events. He can be reached at [email protected].