“The Roseland show will be something special I think, as it will feature several songs that I haven’t sung in years and a couple that I’ve NEVER done live,” said Bowie of the June 19 concert.

Tickets became available May 9 to coincide with the launch of BowieNet V.2, but are not being offered to the general public.

BowieNet members and new sign-ups can purchase two tickets for $40 each, and will receive two additional tickets for free if they extend their membership for another three years. Ten online members, along with a guest, will be selected at random for a pre-show meet-and-greet with the thin white Internet entrepreneur.

The NYC gig is Bowie’s only performance before he headlines the final night of the three-day Glastonbury Festival, June 27 in England.

It’s an ingenious way for the artist to market the concert and he Web venture. Bowie has made it clear that he will do only a handful of shows this year, as his wife, Iman, is expecting their first child this summer.