How to Buy Tickets for "Hamilton" When Show Comes to Cincinnati
Tickets for the Broadway sensation Hamilton go on sale at the Cincinnati Arts Association on Friday morning.
Fans of the Lin-Manuel Miranda-penned musical about Founding Father Alexander Hamilton will need to be prepared to get their hands on the coveted tickets. The show runs in February and March.
The Cincinnati Arts Association said Monday that the fastest way to purchase tickets is on its website, CincinnatiArts.org.
Those wanting tickets are asked to log on to the site before 8:59 a.m. on Friday to enter a virtual waiting room. Each person online will be placed in line at 9 a.m.
Ticket buyers are also asked to have an account with the Cincinnati Arts Association, and to set that up before tickets go on sale to save time.
Each buyer will have eight minutes to complete the purchase and will be unable to buy more than four tickets per household.
Tickets will also go on sale at the Aronoff Center for the Arts box office (650 Walnut Street, Cincinnati). The line will form at 7:30 a.m. at the entrance at 7th & Walnut Streets where people will be issued a numbered wristband.
No camping out will be permitted.
Tickets will cost $65, $98, $125, $155, $195, and $279, with some premium tickets for sale at $449, plus taxes and fees.
There will be no refunds.