The hit Broadway show Hamilton is coming to Detroit this spring. The show will be in Detroit from March 12 through April 21 at the Fisher Theatre.
Subscription tickets to Hamilton have been available for purchase since last fall, however you had to buy tickets to the entire season of Broadway in Detroit shows.
If you want to be in the room where it happens, this is how you can get your hands on single show tickets.
Tickets will be going on sale on Friday, January 25 at 10:00 a.m. through a service called Ticketmaster Verified Fan.
Starting today you can register with Ticketmaster Verified Fan to get access to Hamilton tickets when they go on sale. Registration for Verified Fan will close on Wednesday, January 23 at 10:00 p.m. This will allow pre-registered fans a chance to get access to tickets without having to compete with scalpers and bots.
You will get a text from Ticketmaster if you have been selected as a Verified Fan on Thursday, January 24.
There also will be a limited number of tickets that will be available for purchase at the Fisher Theatre Box Office on Friday, January 25. This will be a wristband lottery. Numbered wristbands will be given out to people in line, and starting at 10:00 a.m. on the 25th wristband numbers will be called randomly.
There are some of the nitty gritty details I wanted to be sure you knew about.
You will only be able to get four tickets per household for the show. This is to help cut down on people reselling tickets.
Ticket prices range from $80 to $185. There are a select number of premium tickets that will run $485 a piece.
If you’re unable to get your hands on tickets for one of the performances, there is still a chance for you to see the show.
There will be a daily lottery for forty $10 seats for all performances, each winner will have the opportunity to get two tickets. The details for the lottery here in Detroit have not been released yet.
I know that the lotteries for all of the other Hamilton performances around the country are available online or on the Hamilton App. So, there is a good chance that is where the Detroit lottery will be when the time comes.