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How to get Bruce Springsteen tickets for Wembley Stadium shows | Music | Entertainment


Your eyes are not deceiving you: The Boss is finally returning to the UK.

Later this month, Bruce Springsteen and his E Street Band will finally be making their way to London to play two enormous shows at London’s Wembley Stadium.

The exceptional 90,000-capacity venue has almost sold out over two nights as Springsteen descends onto the capital for the first time since 2023.

Tickets were first released last year, and most of them sold out extremely quickly. But that doesn’t mean it’s hopeless for fans who have not yet grabbed tickets.

You can still get involved this month when Bruce Springsteen arrives in London using various resale ticket websites. Here’s the information you need:

Meanwhile, some seated tickets are being sold for as low at £57, at the time of writing.

However, with only two shows on the horizon, they are expected to sell out extremely quickly as we get closer to the event. So act fast if you want to get involved.

If you’d rather try your luck purchasing tickets from Ticketmaster, we have you covered.

The gigs’ official retailer still has a select number of tickets available right now, and the link you need is below:

These shows follow the news that The Boss will be getting his own big-screen biopic in the coming years – following in the footsteps of Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody and Elvis, the Elvis Presley film.

Speaking out about the news, Springsteen’s manager Jon Landau said: “Warren Zanes’ Deliver Me From Nowhere is one of the best books ever written about Bruce Springsteen and his music. Bruce and I are thrilled that Scott Cooper has chosen to write and direct the film based on that book — we think he’s the perfect filmmaker for the job.”

Sites such as viagogo and Vivid Seats allow fans to buy resale tickets from other fans. However, it is important to note that many event promoters say tickets should not be resold after initial purchase and will not be valid for admittance to gigs.

Fans attending live events with tickets acquired through resale websites are advised to double-check the ticket terms and conditions at the point of sale – such as Ticketmaster or Live Nation – to ensure a smooth live event experience. Tickets could be voided if they were found to be bought second-hand. As a result, fans are buying at their own risk.

With that said, viagogo also commented: “viagogo is a regulated marketplace where fans have the freedom to buy and sell tickets to their favourite live events, safely and securely, backed by a guarantee.”

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