For those about to rock…keep hitting "refresh" [December 3]

For those about to rock…keep hitting "refresh" [December 3]

Get those internet clicking and/or telephone dialing fingers ready, Charlottesville. Tickets for Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band’s April 30 concert at the JPJ will go on sale Friday, December 7 at 10am say JPJ officials. But be ready to shell out some dollars.

Tickets are priced at $67 and $97. All floor seats are general admission. Tickets are available at the JPJ Box Office, Plan 9 stores, and on the JPJ and Live Nation websites. After Friday, though, the only place to snag tickets might be Craig’s List and the friend of your brother’s who knows a guy.

Get ’em quick: Tickets for Bruce and the E Street Band’s April 30 concert at JPJ go on sale this Friday.

Previous "This Just In" articles from this week:

Football fans will watch ball drop in Jacksonville [December 2]
Hoos headed to Gator Bowl

Too smart for his genes [December 1]
UVA psych prof weighs in on debate about genetics

Gun purchasing ban list more than doubles [November 30]
Names of mentally ill submitted by states increases following VA Tech shootings

DMB bassist’s house is smokin’ [November 29]
Lessard and son safely escape Albemarle house fire

Grisham pleads the First [November 29]
His lawyers try to rid the author of his lawsuit once and for all

Groh won’t go; fans fuss [November 28]
Hoos congratulate Al, then keep griping

Kucinich is coming [November 27]
Presidential candidate will speak on December 7

UVA students charged with kidnapping [November 27]
Victim was held for $500,000 ransom

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