NEW YORK — There's new hope for fans to see Bruce Springsteen's Broadway show.

"Springsteen on Broadway," the one-man show at the Walter Kerr Theatre, has extended its run deeper into 2018, with shows starting Feb. 28 through June 30. Tickets for the new dates go on sale Tuesday, Dec. 19.

According to the Broadway League, the average seat to the show goes for $504.94, with every show a sellout.

No additional registration for tickets will be required or accepted, according to Ticketmaster. Those who already registered and were put on standby but did not receive a code, or got a code but could not buy tickets, will be contacted by Ticketmaster. However, there is no guarantee you will get a code or be able to buy a ticket.

A two-ticket limit will be in effect.

Tom Cunningham, host of the Bruce Brunch on 105.7 the Hawk, said the additional shows are welcome news for those who so far have not been able to get a ticket.

"That the show is a runaway success should come as a surprise to no one. Bruce Springsteen has proven time and again that he's a "generational artist" and an American treasure. That folks looking to buy tickets have already been contacted by Ticketmaster is good news. Every system has some sort of flaw, but it's good business that they're giving the people who'd been "verified" originally a shot at the tickets," Cunningham said.

The current run is scheduled through Feb. 9.

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