The new gigs – August 28 and 30 – will go on sale March 8 through Ticketmaster only. Tickets will not be sold anywhere else on that date.

On March 1, demand for the three originally announced dates (July 15, 17, and 18) was so great, two additional shows (July 21 and 24) were added at noon. Sales continued to be strong, prompting an additional two dates (July 26 and 27) to go on sale at 2:30 p.m. A limited number of tickets for these shows are still available.

Springsteen continues to be a top-selling concert draw. He was ranked No. 6 on POLLSTAR’s Top 100 tours for 2002, with $42.6 million in ticket sales. With shows in the States, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and Europe on the books through the summer, the band looks to hit the top of POLLSTAR’s list for 2003.