If you’ve been trying to get tickets for “Hamilton” but don’t have the money and haven’t won the $10 ticket lottery, there’s hope.
“Accessibility Remains One Of Our Strongest Goals”
The show’s producer announced Monday that every ticket for the 8 p.m. Dec. 19 performance of the smash-hit musical at the Pantages Theatre will be $10. The tickets will be sold using a lottery system through the Hamilton app, which is available at www.HamiltonMusical.com/app.
“Before we leave on Dec. 30, we want to make it possible for another 2,550 people to enjoy the show for $10,” producer Jeffrey Seller said. “Accessibility remains one of our strongest goals and we will continue to explore ways to make `Hamilton’ affordable for those who cannot bear the expense of traditional theater prices.”
How To Buy Tickets
Hopeful theater-goers can enter the lottery through Dec. 17. Winners will be notified beginning Dec. 18, when they receive a single-use code from Ticketmaster that can be used to purchase one or two tickets. The tickets must be picked up at will-call beginning 90 minutes before the show, and ticket holders must immediately enter the theater after picking up their tickets.