The award-winning smash Broadway show, “Hamilton,” is coming to South Florida, making tickets for the 2018-2019 season one of the most coveted and bankable in recent history.
“Hamilton,” which uses raps to retell the journey of a founding father, won the Pulitzer Prize for drama as well as 11 Tony Awards. The acclaimed production will grace the stages of the Broward Center (Fort Lauderdale), the Kravis Center (West Palm Beach), and the Adrienne Arsht Center (Miami).
All three locations say the best way to obtain tickets to the super-hot show is to purchase season passes.
As of this time, neither the Kravis Center nor the Adrienne Arsht Center has revealed the exact dates they will house “Hamilton.” They have simply stated the desirable show will be staged sometime during the 2019-2020 season.
The Broward Center has appointed December 18, 2018 thru January 20, 2019 to run “Hamilton.” But there’s a catch – you may not have an opportunity to buy tickets.
Season subscriptions are completely sold out for the current season. Those who hold season subscriptions get first crack at renewing and securing a cozy spot to view “Hamilton.” The time limit for renewing previous season subscriptions is closing soon, so it is possible, but not likely, that a few lucky wait-list names could be called to snap up the remaining openings.
The Broward Center is still placing names on their wait list, although being realistic; there aren’t many who would give up there seats for the upcoming line up.
According to their website, The Kravis Center will open its sales of seasonal subscriptions at 10 a.m. on March 30, however; given what has happened at the Broward Center, we believe the chances are slim that you will find many seats open. Still, it may be your best hope to get in line for the for the 2019-2020 shows.
The Arsht Center lists “Hamilton” in its 2019-2020 season and is urging folks who want to get guaranteed tickets to the show to purchase subscriptions for the 2018-2019 season first. Those holding the previous season’s passes will be given first choice to retain their seats, thereby securing a place to watch the acclaimed show – not to mention the rest of the stellar line-up.