Ticket Alert: Bruce Springsteen at City Arts & Lectures

UPDATE: Tickets are now completely sold out.

You'll want to hop on this one quick: Bruce Springsteen, New Jersey's patron saint of the healing power of rock 'n' roll, is coming to City Arts & Lectures on Oct. 5 to discuss his upcoming autobiography.

Tickets are $35–$60 and on sale now to City Arts members. Tickets theoretically go on sale to the general public tomorrow -- Tuesday, Sept. 13, at 10am -- but with all the Springsteen fans around the country who I've found on Twitter boasting about becoming a member just to buy tickets, I seriously doubt the tickets will last long. A rep from City Arts & Lectures confirms: when they're gone, they're gone, and there may be no tickets available tomorrow UPDATE: As ticket sales continued to soar throughout the afternoon, a "very limited number" of balcony tickets were held back for the public onsale Tuesday at 10am, says the rep. Member tickets now appear to be off sale.

Don't want to take the chance on the public onsale? Here's what to do:

1. Become a member for $100. You can do so here. That way, you'll have access to buy tickets while they last.

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2. Buy tickets, for $35–$60, here.

3. Don't be a jerk and sell them for a profit.

Onstage at the Nourse, Springsteen will chat with Dan Stone about his new autobiography, Born to Run. Orchestra ticketholders receive a copy of the book. We'll be keeping an eye on tickets to see when they sell out.

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