Bruce Springsteen has extended his Broadway run, which officially starts October 12th, through February 3rd.
He has a week off after the show's initial sold-out run wraps up November 26th. On December 5th he will resume doing shows five days a week -- Tuesday through Saturday. He'll take another break the first week of January and start the last run of shows (at least for now) on January 9th.
People who registered for Ticketmaster's Verified Fan service and didn't get codes to buy tickets yesterday won't need to reapply. Registration for the second batch of shows ends on Sunday, and ticket sale begins September 7th.
Head to BruceSpringsteen.net/Broadway for more details.
The 40 extra shows will likely put a damper on the secondary ticket market, where tickets started popping up at three to five times face value (up to $6,000 a pair) once codes were sent out Tuesday night.
Source: BruceSpringsteen.net photo credit - iHM archive