PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — It’s a big day for Bruce Springsteen fans. Tickets for The Boss’ March concert in Philly went on sale Tuesday morning and it was a heck of a line online.Person Of Interest In Custody Following Stabbing That Left Woman Dead In West Philadelphia, Police Say
As of Tuesday afternoon, all tickets are spoken for, according to the Wells Fargo Center website. Wells Fargo Center told CBS3:
“We are thrilled to once again host Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band here at Wells Fargo Center, Philly’s premier venue for sports and entertainment. Some of Bruce’s most legendary shows have happened right here on South Broad Street, and when tickets went on sale this morning, we had tens of thousands of people log on to purchase tickets.”
“This is the most exciting day in Philadelphia music history,” said Concert Impresario Larry Magid. “After 18,000 shows over 54 years, I’ve never seen ticket demand like this before. At one point, we had over 90,000 in queue trying to purchase tickets. There is only one artist that can create this kind of excitement and that’s Bruce Springsteen. Just like everyone, I’m excited to see Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band returning to Philadelphia for the first time in 7 years.”READ MORE: Phillies Honoring 1980s World Series Championship Team Prior To Sunday's Game Against Nationals
In some other cities being handled by Ticketmaster, some seats jumped more than $4,000 due to Ticketmaster’s dynamic pricing system but most were sold at face value.
Bruce and the E-Street Band will play at the Wells Fargo Center on March 16.
This will be their only stop in Philly as the band embarks on their first tour since 2017.MORE NEWS: 2nd Street Festival Bringing Beer Gardens, Food Trucks, And Live Music To Northern Liberties For 1st Time In 2 Years
Tickets went on sale at 10 a.m. Click here for more information.