How could you say no to this? Whether you’ve never seen it before, or you’ve seen it twenty times already, you’ve got a chance to see the revolutionary Hamilton the Musical for just $70. This sale is available for all remaining dates in 2022, and it’s available for just three days only. This offer starts today, and ends on Friday November 11 at 5pm.
Hamilton the Musical
Hamilton has never done this before, and will never do this again, so be sure to jump on this offer before it goes. Tickets are subject to availability, and a one-off transaction fee of $7 applies on all transactions. There’s no refunds or exchanges on tickets once purchased. This $70 offer is available for performances between November 9 and December 31, 2022. There is a maximum of eight tickets per transaction.Find more information about the sale here.
Lottery tickets for Hamilton in Melbourne
If you miss out the deadline, no worries! You also have the chance to score yourself some $10 tickets. This lottery is all thanks to the TodayTix app, who are running this lottery on a weekly basis.
Simply download TodayTix on the App Store or Google Play, and enter for your chance to win $10 tickets.
The lottery is open for entries at 12:01am every Friday, and closes at 1pm the following Thursday.
You can enter to win up to two tickets, so you don’t have to see the show alone. Lottery results are announced each Thursday. If you win, you will have one hour to claim and purchase the ticket through the TodayTix app.
There is no limit to how many lotteries you can enter.
Why should you rise up and see Hamilton?
For the uninitiated, this thrilling musical follows the life of Alexander Hamilton, an American revolutionary and Founding Father. He was an immigrant from the West Indies and just like his country, he was ‘young, scrappy and hungry’.
The innovative soundtrack rocked the world, causing the musical to sweep the Tony Awards in 2016. With a blend of jazz, R&B and hip-hop, it won Best Book, Best Original Score, Best Choreography, Best Orchestrations and Best Musical at the Tony’s. It also won a Pulitzer Prize for drama that same year. Since this musical took the stage, it has had a profound effect on Western culture and politics.
The book, music and lyrics were created by the iconic Lin-Manuel Miranda, whose theatrical works include In The Heights and Bring It On: The Musical. In film, you’ll recognise his musical style in Encanto and Moana.