Bruce Springsteen is offering discounted tickets for his Broadway performance.
The discounted tickets will be available for 32 seats of each performance, sold at $75 each. Online ticketing sweepstakes company Lucky Seat is handling the ticket lottery. The Springsteen on Broadway digital lottery started today for the first performance on June 29th. The show officially runs through Saturday, September 4th.
Springsteen on Broadway played a sold-out run on Broadway in 2017-2018. Now the show returns at the St. James Theatre, marking the re-opening of Broadway more than 15 months after the COVID-19 shutdowns began. Here’s the full details according to Lucky Seat.
Bruce Springsteen on Broadway – Ticket Lottery Details
For each performance, there will be 32 tickets sold for $75 each – with a limit of two tickets per winner. The seat locations of lottery tickets may have a partial, restricted, or obstructed view of the stage and tickets issued to a winner may not necessarily be next to each other.
Seats may be located anywhere in the theater, including sections accessible by stairs only. Winners who require accessible seating or other special accommodations should speak with Lucky eat.
For performances Wednesday through Saturday, the lottery will open at 9 am ET two days prior to the performance. The lottery will close at 8:59 am ET the day before the performance. For Tuesday performances, the drawing opens at 9 am ET four days prior to the performance date and closes the day before.
No purchase or payment is necessary to enter or participate in the drawing. Only one entry per person will be allowed per performance. Each winning entrant may purchase up to two tickets for the duration of the engagement. Winning tickets are digital and can be claimed via a customized link; digital drawing tickets are void if re-sold.
Finally, guests will need to be fully vaccinated with an FDA or WHO-approved vaccine to attend the show (specifically, Springsteen is not allowing guests who received the AstraZeneca vaccine). Attendees will be required to show proof of their vaccination at the time of entry with a valid ticket. The only exception is for guests under the age of 16. These guests must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test, in addition to wearing a mask at all times while inside the building.
Tickets for Springsteen on Broadway typically range from $200 to nearly $2,000 on SeatGeek. Tickets on the secondary market can go for even more, depending on their position in the theater.