Bruce Springsteen is set to make his Broadway debut this summer, but only for a limited run of performances. In order to be allowed in the theater and see him perform live, you will have to have been vaccinated first.
The talented American singer Bruce Springsteen is coming back to Broadway this summer, but only for a limited time. To get your tickets you have to be fully vaccinated!
After years of closure and few performances, Broadway will reopen on June 26th with the production Springsteen On Broadway. Bruce stated that he is excited to return for this monumental event after his show has been such a success since its opening in October 2017. After all these mixed feelings about it not being an original work, people are finally rejoicing knowing they'll have something new to see when they come back "home" from New York City or on trips abroad!
The music legend Bruce Springsteen will return to Broadway on June 26, 2021. He says that he loved doing the show and is looking forward to one of his first performances in more than a year since COVID-19 closed off all theaters last May.
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Springsteen on Broadway will go on sale in June, and proceeds from the Opening Night show are donated to charity. Springsteen's original performances were 236 shows between 2017-2018; it won a special Tony Award for its amazing performance as well! All audience members must be fully vaccinated at least 14 days after their second dose before they can attend this event.
Kids under the age of 16 will have to be accompanied by fully vaccinated adults and will have to provide a COVID-19 negative report to attend the show.
Broadway will be opening up in the coming weeks with a number of different productions. The first Broadway show to open after Governor Cuomo's announcement that venues could open at full capacity was Springsteen on August 4th, followed by Antoinette Chinonye Nwandu’s Pass Over and Hadestown later this year.
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