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Springsteen On Broadway Returns For Limited Summer 2021 Run

posted Jun 7, 2021, 1:19 PM by Brandon Thompson
The Boss is back on stage! For the first time in nearly two years, Bruce Springsteen will return to the stage. Springsteen dropped the surprise announcement that he is bringing back his Broadway performance to the St. James Theater in New York City for a limited run of 30 shows starting on June 26. The St. James Theatre holds about 1,700 seats, about doubled what the previous Walter Kerr Theater held for the original run of Broadway shows. 

All attendees that go to the new summer 2021 performances will have to prove that they have been vaccinated. Tickets will go on sale this Thursday, June 10, at 12:00PM ET through SeatGeek. That's right...don't go to Ticketmaster to try and get tickets. There will be no "fan verification" form to fill out. Head to SeatGeek at the time that the shows go on sale and you'll be placed in a waiting room. Once selected you'll be given an access code to use. Fans can only purchase two tickets for the entire run of shows. 

I think this goes without question that Bruce had the itch to go back out on the stage and perform. This serves as a nice warm up to an eventual E Street 2022 tour, no? Good luck grabbing tickets and see you on Broadway!