Fans, rejoice: you still have a chance to snag Hamilton: An American Musical tickets.
For the uninitiated: The rapped and sung musical, written by Lin-Manuel Miranda, follows the life of founding father Alexander Hamilton. (Here's the soundtrack on Spotify in case you need to beef up.)
As reported by Fox19, the Cincinnati Arts Association confirmed earlier today that a few tickets were still available on its site, with prices ranging from $200-$500. At the time this article was published, scattered tickets were available throughout the show's run, which invades Cincy Feb. 19-March 10.
When the tickets originally went live Nov. 16, they were reportedly sold out within two hours. And that comes at no surprise — Hamilton has sold out theater halls across the country since it first opened two years ago, earning a record-setting 16 Tony nominations (and winning 11 of those, including for Best Musical). The show also snagged a Grammy and the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
You can order tickets at CincinnatiArts.org. To get them in person, visit the box office at the Aronoff at 650 Walnut Street.
Details from the ticket on-sale press release:
HAMILTON has a ticket limit of four (4) tickets per household address, billing address, or credit card number. After all available tickets are sold, online purchases will be reviewed, and any purchases that violate the HAMILTON ticket limit, based on full household account information, will be canceled without notice.