What to Know
- "Hamilton" will take the stage at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts Dec. 18 – Jan. 20
- Tickets range from $78 to $198, and customers are limited to purchase up to four tickets for the show’s Fort Lauderdale run
- The award-winning show blends hip-hop, jazz, blues, rap, R&B, and Broadway genres to tell the story of America’s Founding Father
Mark your calendars: The Tony Award-winning show “Hamilton” is coming to Fort Lauderdale and tickets are set to go on sale.
The beloved Broadway show will take the stage at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts Dec. 18 – Jan. 20, and individual tickets will be available for purchase beginning on Oct. 23, the show’s producer Jeffrey Seller announced on Monday.
Tickets will only be available for fans who register for “Ticketmaster Verified Fan,” a new ticket-buying option that allows pre-registered fans to unlock access to tickets without competing against scalpers and bots.
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“We know how challenging it is to buy tickets and this new Ticketmaster program will make the process a whole lot easier,” said Seller in a press release.
Registration has already begun and lasts until Oct. 15. Those who registered will be notified by email if they were selected for the sale, which will only be available online. (Note: Registering does not guarantee that you will able to purchase tickets.)
Tickets range from $78 to $198, and customers are limited to purchase up to four tickets for the show’s Fort Lauderdale run.
According to the Broward Center, 40 $10 tickets will be available for purchase through lottery for all performances, and a limited number of tickets will be available at the center’s box office.
The award-winning show musically blends hip-hop, jazz, blues, rap, R&B, and Broadway genres to tell the story of America’s Founding Father, Alexander Hamilton, an immigrant from the West Indies who became George Washington’s go-to guy during the Revolutionary War.