The stage curtains have been closed for quite a while, but ASU Gammage is looking to invite patrons back into the theater soon. ASU Gammage will open with the cast of Hamilton and the usually hard to obtain tickets can be yours in an upcoming digital lottery.
Lin Manuel Miranda’s smash hit will open ASU Gammage’s 2021-2022 season with a month-long run, Sept. 8, 2021, to Oct. 10, 2021, marking the first touring Broadway show to visit the theater since the pandemic started.
Tickets are still available for opening night and the following shows, ranging from $59 in the balcony to $300+ for orchestra-level seats.
Theater goers can also obtain tickets via a digital lottery. The venue will be releasing 40 tickets for just $10, for each performance.
The first lottery for the opening week opens at 10 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 27, 2021, and closes at noon on Thursday, Sept. 2, 2021.
How To Enter:
Download the Hamilton mobile app and enter via the app or go to https://hamiltonmusical.com/lottery to enter.
The digital lottery will open on Fridays the week prior for tickets to the following week’s schedule.
Winners and non-winners will be notified on Thursday between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. via email and mobile notification.
Those selected in the lottery will be able to purchase up to two tickets, which will be held at Will Call. There is a two-hour window to purchase the tickets.
According to the rules, you have to be at least 18 years old and have a valid, non-expired photo ID to enter the lottery.
ASU Gammage announced plans to fill the theater to 100% capacity every night and everyone is required to wear a mask when inside the theater. Guests must bring their own masks.
A new rule that has been implemented at the theater is their clear bag policy. All large bags must be clear and be no larger than 6″ by 12″. Small clutch purses will be allowed inside.
Other large bags, backpacks, and purses should be left at home or in a vehicle, according to ASU Gammage’s website, they will not be permitted into the theater.
Visit www.asugammage.com/covid-19-safety-protocols for details.