Chances are that you might have missed the opportunity to see “Hamilton” at ASU Gammage, but worry no more. You now have a second chance to witness the famous musical!
40 lottery winners will walk into each orchestra show with $10 Tickets and Hamilton has now given details on what you need to do to attend the Broadway-smash musical show for only 10 bucks from January 30 at 11 am until February 25. It doesn’t get better than this, does it?
Fans of the musical normally pay between $200 and $2000 on Gammage Ticketmaster.
Entries for the lottery will be accepted from 11 a.m. and two days before each show and end at 9 a.m., a day before the actual performance. You have 5 hours to claim and purchase your entries online via the Hamilton App. You are allowed to purchase up to two tickets but you cannot resell them. Winners are notified at about 11 a.m. a day prior to the actual performance.
Here is a summary of how to sign up for $10 “Hamilton” Tickets.
- Visit their official website www.hamilitonmusic.com/lottery or use their official “Hamilton” iOS or Android app to register.
- Entries for the lottery are accepted from 11 a.m., two days prior to the actual performance and close 9 a.m. the day before the actual show.
- Winners are notified at around 11 a.m. the day before the actual performance via SMS or email.
- Only one entry is allowed per person
- Winners can purchase a maximum of two $10-tickets for each show.
- Winners must purchase their tickets online before 4 p.m. the day before the show using the purchase link found in the email notification
- All tickets that would not have been claimed by 4 p.m. the day before the actual performance will be forfeited.
- Winners will need a valid photo ID to pick their tickets starting 3 hours before the actual performance.
Don’t miss the opportunity to witness this show that has broken several box office records. The show’s creator, composer, playwright and original star, Lin-Manuel Miranda has won many accolades including the Pulitzer prize, MacArthur grant and Grammy awards.