NEW YORK (AP) — New York’s attorney general is asking why there are Bruce Springsteen tickets up for resale before they’re up for sale. Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has requested more information from resale sites StubHub, TicketNetwork and Vivid Seats about offering tickets to Springsteen’s upcoming tour. Springsteen tickets go on sale tomorrow, but resale sites are already offering seats for as much as $5,000. A TicketNetwork spokesman says the company has voluntarily taken down Springsteen listings until Friday. Vivid Seats says it has a goal of ensuring a positive ticket-buying experience. StubHub says it’s reviewing Schneiderman’s letter but it does not believe it has “speculative tickets” on its site.