Tickets for the 2020 run of "Hamilton" at the Fox Theatre will go on sale at 10 a.m. Dec. 2. Photo: Joan Marcus

‘Hamilton’ tickets are going on sale — what you need to know now

The musical will return to the Fox Theatre in March 

With perfect timing for holiday gift-giving, single tickets to “Hamilton” will go on sale at 10 a.m. Dec. 2.

As previously announced, the mega-musical will return to The Fox Theatre March 31-May 3 as part of the Fifth Third Bank Broadway in Atlanta series.

There is a maximum ticket purchase of eight per household for the engagement. Tickets will be priced from $80-$199, with some premium seats earmarked at $349. As well, a lottery of 40 tickets for $10 each will be available for all performances (those details will be announced closer to the show).

Tickets can be purchased via www.foxtheatre.org and at the Fox Theatre box office.

It’s worth reiterating that the only official tickets will be sold via the Fox. 

Here are some ticket-buying tips prepared for the first time “Hamilton” visited Atlanta, which still hold true.

Oh, and these etiquette rules can still be applied, too. 

The touring cast of "Hamilton." Photo: Joan Marcus

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s 11-time-Tony-winning juggernaut debuted at the Fox in May 2018 for 24 performances.

“I think Atlanta is a city that they love and they wanted to get it back quickly,” said Russ Belin, vice president of Broadway in Atlanta, when the show’s return was announced. 

For those uninitiated with “Hamilton” lore, the musical spotlights the story of founding father Alexander Hamilton and tells it through a creative blend of hip-hop, R&B and standard show tuneage.

In the AJC’s review of the 2018 tour, theater critic Wendell Brock called the show “a deeply resonant, magisterial tale.”

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Melissa Ruggieri
Melissa Ruggieri
Atlanta Journal-Constitution staff writer Melissa Ruggieri covers music and entertainment news for the AJC. She remembers when MTV was awesome.  
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