Here’s how to get tickets to one of the best musicals ever!
The much-awaited Manila run of Hamilton by Lin-Manuel Miranda has finally revealed its ticket prices.
For those unfamiliar with the Broadway musical, “Hamilton” is a hit musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda. It tells the story of American founding father Alexander Hamilton through a blend of hip-hop, R&B, and traditional show tunes. It has won many awards, including 11 Tony Awards, a Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album, and a Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
“Hamilton” is known for its innovative style, diverse casting, and powerful storytelling. These elements made it one of the most popular and influential musicals of recent years.
Starting April 17, UnionBank and Citi credit cardholders have an exclusive booking period until April 19, 11:59 p.m.
After the period, the general public can buy tickets on April 24 at 11 a.m. through Ticketworld.
If interested patrons missed the early booking window, they could still buy tickets until April 21 at 11:59 p.m. with those who signed up for the Hamilton Waitlist. The musical is set to open at The Theater at Solaire in Parañaque City on September 17, with performances running until November 12.
Hamilton Ticket Prices
The Theater at Solaire can accommodate 1,740 people and is divided into Orchestra, Premium Gold, and Balcony sections.
The Hamilton ticket prices are as follows: the cheapest ones start at P2,645, while the most expensive are at P8,464 or P8,993 (depending on the date). The prices vary for weekdays (Tuesday to Thursday) and weekends (Friday to Sunday).
For weekdays, the Hamilton ticket prices for the different reserves are as follows: VIP (P8,464), A Reserve (P6,348), B Reserve (P5,290), C Reserve (P4,232), D Reserve (P3,174), and E Reserve (P2,645).
Meanwhile, the prices for weekends are as follows: VIP (P8,993), A Reserve (P6,348), B Reserve (P5,819), C Reserve (P4,761), D Reserve (P3,703), and E Reserve (P2,645).
The performances will have matinee shows at 2 p.m., and gala shows at 8 p.m., with tickets available for the entire run.
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