Hamilton Announces Initial Plans For 2018-2019

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– Hamilton At The Tony Awards
The cast of “Hamilton” perform at the Tony Awards at the Beacon Theatre in New York.

The hit musical that New York audiences have been lapping up for years, “Hamilton,” is hitting the road for more tour dates in the U.S.

The show started touring the nation in March 2017 and is ongoing in New York, Chicago and London. The tour routing has the show in multiple markets at once, and including the standing shows there are at least five companies performing at any given time. It seems people really cannot get enough of Lin Manuel-Miranda’s hip-hop musical that recounts the history of U.S. Founding Father Alexander Hamilton.

The U.S. tour is hitting San Diego’s Civic Theatre Jan. 6 and those shows continue until Jan. 28. The next cities to get “Hamilton” are Tempe, Ariz., starting Jan. 30 and Seattle, starting Feb. 6. Those runs have concurrent performances and continue until Feb. 16 and Feb. 23 respectively.

Tickets to shows in some markets are available now, and Denver goes on sale Jan. 22.

In general, most performances don’t have tickets currently available to the general public and may not for awhile. Some markets like Des Moines, Iowa are already reporting themselves as not having any more available inventory, though there will be a ticket lottery and an allotment will be released closer to show time.

Hamilton stages in markets like Las Vegas, Washington D.C., and Boston in 2018 and the website promises at least 27 more markets into the 2018-19 season, with even more additions forthcoming.

The show’s creator, Lin-Manuel Miranda, has also stated publicly that he will be performing the title role of Alexander Hamilton at University of Puerto Rico’s Teatro UPR in 2019.

Pollstar is tracking every performance of “Hamilton” on the show’s dedicated artist page, so head over there to see when the musical is coming to a town near you.