If you’re reading this and have not purchased a ticket, it may already be too late to see the Atlanta run of “Hamilton.”
Tickets went on sale Sunday morning at 10 a.m. Just as predicted, they sold quickly. Would-be buyers still in the queue received a message at 11:28 a.m. that only limited view seating was still available for all performances.
The reaction on Twitter was split between people thrilled to have tickets and those unhappy the queue threw away their shot.
This Sunday sale won’t be your only chance to get “Hamilton” tickets. A lottery for 40 $10 orchestra seats will be held for each performance. Details for that will be announced closer to the show. Read our guide to “Hamilton” tickets for more.
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