Tickets for the Baltimore engagement of the epically popular play, set for June 25-July 21 at the Hippodrome, go on sale today.
Tickets will be available at prices ranging from $81.50-$450.50. Season subscribers to the Hippodrome have already had tickets made available to them.
A limited number of tickets will also go on sale at the Hippodrome box office, 12 N. Eutaw St., beginning at 11 a.m. As of 9 a.m., according to a spokeswoman for The Hippodrome, there is a line at the box office.
“Hamilton,” with book and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda, tells the story, in song, of American founding father Alexander Hamilton, including his work with George Washington, his disagreements with Thomas Jefferson and his fatal duel with Aaron Burr. It premiered in New York City in 2015; the following year, it won 11 Tonys (out of a record 16 nominations), including Best Musical. It has also won a Pulitizer Prize and been awarded a Kennedy Center honor.