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Posted at 2:06 PM ET, 04/ 6/2005

The Boss Man

By washingtonpost.com

As Joe told us back in February, Bruce Springsteen is headed on his first solo tour since "The Ghost of Tom Joad." Here's the dirt on the Washington area segment of his "Devils and Dust" tour: He's performing at the George Mason Patriot Center on Saturday, May 14, which happens to be the same day as the HFStival. This is great news for Springsteen fans, not-so-great news for Springsteen fans who already bought tickets to see Coldplay, et al in Baltimore.

Tickets go on sale Friday, April 8, at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster. They range from $78 to $88, which is expensive but not anywhere near the stratospheric U2 prices. Start planning your ticket-purchasing strategies now.

Just added: Tickets are only available through Ticketmaster.com or by phone charge:
703-573-SEAT, 202-397-SEAT, 410-547-SEAT or 800-551-SEAT. There is a two-ticket limit.


-- Jen

By washingtonpost.com  | April 6, 2005; 2:06 PM ET
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So is it Friday the 8th or Saturday the 9th? That date is wrong.

Posted by: Jim | April 7, 2005 10:09 AM | Report abuse

FYI, Elton John is coming to the MCI Center on September 10. An internet presale began today, continuing until April 15. No info yet on public sales. Ticket prices range from $125 to $45 (or so).
The reviews of this tour have been excellent, with a mix on newer songs from Sir Elton's last album, "Peachtree Road," and his greatest hits.

Posted by: Jeff | April 7, 2005 4:22 PM | Report abuse

Oh, I'm so sad! You originally said they go on sale Saturday April 8th. I didn't check the date and just saw Saturday!! I just went to Ticketmaster (today, Friday) and they're already sold out!! What a bummer!!!!

Posted by: Jen | April 8, 2005 12:13 PM | Report abuse

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