Bruce Springsteen performing at TD Garden in February.
Bruce Springsteen performing at TD Garden in February. Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe/Globe Freelance

It’s a good thing Bruce Springsteen didn’t schedule a second concert at Gillette Stadium next month because the Boss is having a hard time filling seats for one show.

Judging from Ticketmaster’s website, there are loads of tickets left for Springsteen’s concert in Foxborough on Sept. 14. It’s the singer’s final show on a lengthy North American tour celebrating his landmark 1980 album, “The River.” (Springsteen played to excellent reviews at TD Garden in February.)

Although tickets for this last run of shows have averaged a hefty $228, there are plenty of tickets priced as low as $25 for the Gillette concert.


Springsteen isn’t the only one who’s had a hard time selling tickets this summer. Gwen Stefani didn’t come close to selling out her July show at the Xfinity Center; Luke Bryan played to some empty seats at Gillette in July; and the second of two Jason Aldean/Kid Rock concerts at Fenway hasn’t sold out.