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Springsteen Show Extended

Bruce adds four months to Broadway run


Looks like "Springsteen on Broadway" was born to run a little longer.

Bruce Springsteen's one-man show, originally scheduled to close February 3, 2018, is being extended from February 28 to June 30 after a three-week break.

The Boss could probably use the hiatus to count all the money he's been raking with his career-spanning retrospective, which opened October 12. Springsteen has reportedly been grossing $2.4 million a week for five performances.

Ticket prices at the 950-seat Walter Kerr Theatre range from $78 to $850, with an average of $500. Resale prices at ticket sites like StubHub are nearly 10 times higher.

Tickets to the new shows will go on sale December 19. There is also a lottery for every performance, which awards a total of 26 tickets priced at $75. Click here to register for upcoming drawings.