UPDATE (3:15 p.m.): Tickets for Hamilton have officially sold out, according to the Denver Center for the performing arts. But the center says there will be a lottery for 40 tickets in the orchestra section at each show, so there is still hope if you didn't get your tickets.
Tickets to @HamiltonMusical are no longer available through the @denvercenter, the only authorized ticket provider for the Denver engagement. There will be a lottery for forty $10 Orchestra seats for all performances. Details will be announced closer to the engagement. #DCPAToday pic.twitter.com/SIu0hwAX9b
— DenverCenter (@DenverCenter) January 22, 2018
DENVER – Get ready: 'Hamilton' tickets go on sale today and you'll have to act fact to get yours.
Public tickets for the highly-anticipated show go on sale on Monday, Jan. 22 at 10 a.m. The show will be in Denver from Feb. 27 through April 1.
Tickets start at $75, with a maximum of four tickets allowed per account. There also will be a lottery for 40 $10 orchestra tickets for each show.
'Hamilton' is a hugely popular show and tickets at other cities have sold out within minutes of going on sale.
‘Hamilton’ uses a mix of jazz, hip-hop, R&B, rap and blues to tell the story of Alexander Hamilton, a founding father and the United States’ first treasury secretary. The music and lyrics were written by Lin-Manuel Miranda, who is known also for the Broadway hit “In the Heights” as well as the songs he wrote for Disney’s “Moana.”
For more information, log on to hamilton.denvercenter.org.