Bruce Springsteen fans left shocked by ticket prices

Pic: Instagram/Bruce Springsteen

Irish Bruce Springsteen fans were overjoyed when The Boss announced that he was coming to the Emerald Isle again.

He announced tour dates in Dublin, Belfast, Kilkenny and Cork.

And fans were absolutely and utterly delighted!

However, they were left a little taken aback when they saw the prices of the tickets.

He will first take to the stage in Belfast at the outdoor arena Boucher Road on May 9th. This show saw tickets being sold for €145.

Bruce’s second show is at Nowlan Park in Kilkenny, and if you want to see the man himself you’ll have to pay €143.80 for standing tickets while all seats are on sale for €168.80.

He’ll then head down to Cork’s PΓ‘irc UΓ­ Chaoimh show which sees seats ranging from €153.80 to €168.80, while standing tickets are being sold at €143.80.

It may come as no surprise but Bruce will finish the Irish leg of his tour in Croke Park. And the tickets ain’t cheap! Standing tickets are going for €143.80 and seats are being sold for €153.80 or €168.80.

Fans took to social media to share their discontent.

The last time Bruce came to town, seating tickets in the RDS went for between €96 and €156, while standing tickets were snapped up for €131 before fees.

Despite the unhappiness with the prices, Bruce managed to sell out Cork and Kilkenny in just 90 minutes.

Will you be going to see him?

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