Bruce Springsteen’s upcoming tour sold out instantly.

Tickets for the upcoming “The River Tour 2016” went on sale officially at 10 a.m. Friday.

Fans could wind up shelling out much more than the initial prices as ticket agencies and scalpers swooped in to make a killing.

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman sent letters Tuesday to Stubhub, TicketNetwork and Vivid Seats, asking them to take down offers of hundreds of tickets until they went officially on sale Friday.

Some of these advance tickets were going for more than $5,000.

Expect the prices to just continue rising as concert dates near.

Springsteen concerts have a history of online problems.

During the “Working on a Dream” tour, thousands of fans bought tickets for the Washington, D.C., show only to learn no such tickets existed.

Springsteen often adds concerts to the established schedule, but as of Friday afternoon, t was no word whether fans would get to experience the epic four-hour “The River” tour at reasonable prices.