Bruce Springsteen adds 81 shows to solo Broadway run in New York
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Bruce Springsteen fans in The Big Apple cannot get enough of The Boss. Due to “exceptional demand,” the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer has extended his “Springsteen on Broadway” run in New York at the Walter Kerr Theatre through mid-December.

The 20-time Grammy winner announced the final 81 performances of his one-man show via a news release posted March 21 at his official Bruce Springsteen website. The latest round of dates marks the third time “Springsteen on Broadway” has been extended since opening in 2017 with an initial sold-out 8-week run between Oct. 3 – Nov. 26 at the Walter Kerr Theatre.

The final round of 2018 shows will take place between July 10 – Dec. 15. The “Born in the USA” hitmaker will have performed 236 shows by the time his stint at the Walter Kerr Theatre concludes.

Due to popular demand, only fans who pre-registered for the sale will be eligible and will receive instructions on Monday, March 26. Remaining tickets will go on sale to the public beginning Wednesday, March 28 at 11 a.m. ET. For more information, click here.

Springsteen's critically acclaimed show combines song, storytelling and oral readings from the legendary New Jersey rocker's 2016 memoir “Born to Run.” The setlist includes classic Springsteen hits and beloved album tracks from across his storied 45-year career such as “My Hometown,” “Thunder Road” and “Born to Run” with the prolific songwriter occasionally rotating different songs into the show like “The Ghost of Tom Joad” and “Long Time Comin'.”

The next “Springsteen on Broadway” performance takes place March 21 in New York at the Walter Kerr Theatre. The current run of shows winds up on June 30. For all the latest details on Bruce Springsteen, click here.