Springsteen on Broadway will return on June 26 and will feature a lottery! The theatrical concert starring Tony and Grammy Award winner Bruce Springsteen is the first Broadway show since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic! Springsteen on Broadway is a solo concert of Grammy-winning rock legend Bruce Springsteen. It will return to Broadway at the St. James Theatre starting June 26. Other performances are scheduled to end on September 4.

St. James Theater

St. James was the home of the Disney musical “Frozen” when the coronavirus is closed and is the first house to welcome viewers back to Broadway production. The work originally staged a year-long Broadway show at the Walter Kerr Theater (such as the St. James Theater owned and operated by Jujamcyn), which opened in October 2017. Springsteen received a special Tony Award for selling out of tickets for the show. The Broadway performance was filmed and subsequently released as a Netflix special show and album.

Springsteen on Charity

Revenue since June 26 will be donated to a group of local charities in New York and New Jersey, including the Monmouth County Boys and Girls Club, Broadway Cares, New Jersey Community Food Bank, New York Food Bank City, Fulfill (Monmouth and Ocean Counties Foodbank), Long Island Cares, NJ Pandemic Relief Fund, and The Actors Fund.

Lottery

Along with its return in June, Springsteen on Broadway will feature a lottery! It is a private solo concert of Grammy-winning rock legend Bruce Springsteen. He will return to Broadway at the St. James Theatre on June 26 and will launch a digital lottery performance starting on June 29. , And will last until the last performance on September 4th. Each performance will sell 32 tickets at a price of US$75 (each winner is limited to two tickets). To register, click here.

For performances from Wednesday to Saturday, the draw will open at 9 a.m. EST two days before the performance date and will close at 8:59 a.m. EST the day before the performance. For Tuesday’s performance, the draw will begin at 9 a.m. EST four days before the performance date and end at 8:59 a.m. EST the day before the performance. During the participation period, each winner can purchase up to two tickets. Notification of winners and non-winners will be sent via email and SMS (if a mobile phone number is provided) around 11 am Eastern Time the day before the show. Tickets must be purchased online with a credit card before 3 pm Eastern Time the day before the show; tickets not collected before 3 pm Eastern Time the day before the show will be forfeited.

Seats

The seat locations of lottery tickets may have a partial, restricted, or obstructed view of the stage. Seats may be located anywhere in the theatre, including in sections accessible by stairs only. (Winners who require accessible seating or other special accommodations should contact help@luckyseat.com.)

Legacy

The work was originally staged on Broadway for a year at the Walter Kerr Theatre (such as the St. James Theatre owned and operated by Jujamcyn) and opened in October 2017. Springsteen received a special Tony Award for selling out of tickets for the show. The Broadway performance was filmed and subsequently released as a Netflix special show and album. At the time of the coronavirus shutdown, St. James, home to the Disney musical “Frozen,” was the first theater to welcome audiences back to Broadway productions. Participants need to be fully vaccinated with FDA or WHO-approved vaccines to participate in Springsteen on Broadway and must present proof of vaccination with valid tickets when entering the theater. The only exceptions are guests under the age of 16 or guests who require reasonable accommodation due to disabilities or religious beliefs.