Bruce Springsteen Bringing His Wrecking Ball to the US, Not Sold Out at CheapSeatsTickets

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Bruce Springsteen returns to the United States on his Wrecking Ball tour for 2012. It's a great time to get tickets to what will be the concert of the fall.

Bruce Springsteen released his seventeenth studio album "Wrecking Ball" in March and is bringing his show back to North America for 30 more nights of concert excitement with his E Street Band. And while the band will tour for the first time without the Big Man, Clarence Clemons who passed away in 2011, expect an amazing sound augmented by the new five-piece horn section which is slated to include Clemons' nephew Jake and Mr. Eddie Manion on sax.

Tickets for the tour are in high demand and many venues have already sold out their stock inventory. But fans are now looking to the secondary market to fulfill their concert dreams. owner Matthew Brenner indicated his site will have plenty of options for every event, including the tour opener at Fenway Park in Boston. And while floor seating by the stage prices are topping out at close to one thousand dollars per seat, Brenner suggested other options at significant savings.

"Look, not everyone can afford to sit in the front row and quite honestly, not everyone really wants to be right on the stage," said Brenner. "We get a lot of customers looking for unobstructed views of the stage from places like the grandstand. And those tickets are pricing right around a hundred bucks."

Brenner noted that seating in Fenway is tricky because the seats are positioned to face home plate. "I wouldn't recommend seats out in left field. Yes, they are closer to the stage but they are facing the wrong way" because the stage is in center field. Brenner suggested a good place for many people is up in the pavilion where the view and the sound will be great. Brenner also suggested fans unfamiliar with the venue call their toll-free number for advice from their ticketing experts.

After two nights in Fenway, the tour heads to Foxborough and then up to Toronto before heading back to New York and Pennsylvania. Then the show will head south towards Florida before making its way to the West Coast with final dates in Oakland, Anaheim and Glendale Arizona.

Industry experts expect ticket prices to continue on the upward rise as tour dates approach, largely due to the high demand for limited tickets. "The Boss only tours so often and people are nostalgic. They definitely want to see him one more time," said Brenner.

Expect a concert filled with new hits from the Wrecking Ball album and past sensations like Born In the USA and Glory Days. No matter how you slice it, this is going to be the concert of the fall to see. And as a bonus incentive, CST is offering free shipping on every order. Just use the code BOSS1 at checkout and Brenner will take care of the shipping for a limited time.

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