Barbra Streisand Adds Second Show at Barclays

Tickets on sale now for Oct. 13 after the singer's first Brooklyn performance sold out in about an hour.

With tickets for Barbra Streisand’s first-ever Brooklyn show selling out in less than an hour, the Barclays Center has added a second concert date on October 13, at 8 p.m.

Tickets for the show are on sale now, and can be purchased through brooklyn.barbrastreisand.com or by calling (800) 745-3000.

The at the 19,000-seat venue. Tickets for the show went on sale this morning at 10 a.m., and were sold-out about an hour later. (At 1 p.m. today Patch checked the TicketMaster site, and there still appeared to be tickets available.)

Brooklyn-born Babs (who graduated from Erasmus Hall High School) has never before performed in her home borough of Brooklyn.

A Patch poll last week showed that 72 percent of readers believe that at least some living near the arena although 26 percent thought that reserving tickets would be unfair.

Terry Weiss May 22, 2012 at 01:14 PM
I want to know who got the $90 tickets? I tried at the presage sites and then when tickets went public and could never find any tickets less than $150. Seems we residents will just have to go over and watch the 'visitors' go to the concert and then we can go eat at a restaurant we hope will not be discovered by this crowd.
Terry Helms May 22, 2012 at 01:50 PM
I got a couple of $90 tickets and I live nearby. Join Barclay's mailing list and they will send you pre- sale info on events. They are pretty remote seats but hey it's Babs!
BillySpath May 22, 2012 at 07:29 PM
Don't be too sad. The $90 tickets were in the rafters behind the stage only. $150 kept you in the rafters but with a view of the stage.


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