Photo Credit: Joel Bernstein
Photo Credit: Joel Bernstein

Tickets for the upcoming Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band River Tour went on sale earlier this morning. And like years in the past, tickets were quite hard to come by, with many of the shows selling out in minutes. Many fans of Springsteen were voicing their opinions on social media, some stating that they checked in right as tickets went on sale and they were already gone. NJTechReviews has reached out Ticketmaster, several arenas, and to Springsteen’s team to request a comment about this scenario.

In Springsteen’s home state, his January 31st show at the Prudential Center sold out in a matter of minutes and set a new record for a sellout. This will be, technically, his third time at the venue the first time appearing with the E Street Band for the Wrecking Ball tour and the second on stage with The Rolling Stone.

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  1. I actually forgot tickets went on sale today, until I saw someone in the group post they got locked out. I logged into Ticketmaster.com from my laptop around 9:30 AM EST and got one ticket, for Atlanta, Georgia. Would have bought more but at $150+ fees I just couldn’t afford it. :/

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