Bruce Springsteen Tickets Now On Sale for the Philadelphia NCC Exhibition

If you were born to run, then run, don’t walk, to get online and buy tickets to the must-see exhibition, From Asbury Park to the Promised Land: The Life and Music of Bruce Springsteen.   The National Constitution Center in Philadelphia will be the only venue to host the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum’s first major exhibition about the American songwriter, Bruce Springsteen.  Tickets are now available for the exhibition that opens on February 17 and runs through September 3, 2012.

Fantastic, active military combo ticket price of $1.50 is available

Online ticket combos to the Bruce Springsteen exhibit include admission to the National Constitution Center’s main exhibition and the award-winning production Freedom Rising.  Ticket combos for specific dates are available until that date’s event is sold out.  Adult combo tickets are available for $27.  Student, youth, and senior combo tickets are $25.50 with children’s combo tickets at $13.50.  A very special, combo price of $1.50 is available only for Active Military members.

The National Constitution Center is located in Philadelphia at 525 Arch Street on the Independence Mall.

A celebration of talent and freedom

From Asbury Park to the Promised Land takes a comprehensive look at Springsteen‟s career and catalog, from such early bands as Child, the Castiles and Steel Mill through his work with the E Street Band and as a solo artist. Fans will be able to see the T-shirt and jeans worn on the cover of Born in the USA.  In addition, visitors will get the rare opportunity to see Springsteen’s 1960 Chevrolet Corvette.

Throughout the 5,000-square-foot exhibition, on view are memorable, spectacular items sure to please Springsteen fans and inform music lovers of all ages:

  1. Family photos of Springsteen’s childhood in New Jersey
  2. Scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings, photos and handbills from Springsteen’s early music endeavors
  3. Handwritten lyrics from all phases of Springsteen’s career
  4. Saxophone used by the late Clarence Clemons to play the solo in “Jungleland” from Born to Run.
  5. Springsteen’s Fender Esquire from the cover of Born to Run
  6. Springsteen’s 1993 Academy Award for Best Original Song for “Streets of Philadelphia

The exhibition also will feature listening stations, where visitors can hear never-before-released songs by the Castiles, Springsteen’s successful 1972 audition for Columbia Records, and interviews with Springsteen on topics such as his songwriting process.  Additionally, visitors can hear his first recording session and some of his best known albums.

Video footage throughout the exhibition includes archival performances, an edited version of Wings for Wheels: The Making of Born to Run, and clips of Springsteen’s appearance on MTV Unplugged in 1992.


National Constitution Center President and CEO David Eisner indicates, “It is fitting that the Center – the only museum dedicated to America‟s constitutional freedoms – is the first and only venue in the nation to host this exhibition from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.  We are certain that our visitors, from the most devoted Springsteen fans to those experiencing his music for the first time, will be inspired.”


Jim Henke, vice president of exhibitions and chief curator at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, explains, “I worked very closely with Bruce and his organization to put this exhibit together.  It’s a comprehensive look at Bruce’s entire career and contains numerous items that have never been seen by the public. The exhibit was a huge hit when it was at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and I am very happy that even more people will be able to see it now.”

A pivotal voice for all

Through his lyrics, Bruce Springsteen gives unflinching voice to the struggles of ordinary people.  His music is iconic, and the City of Brotherly Love will rock with excitement as Springsteen’s achievements are celebrated.  Snag your tickets now for your favorite date to see From Asbury Park to the Promised Land: The Life and Music of Bruce Springsteen, so you won’t be disappointed when the streets of Philadelphia rock.

Florence McGinn

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