Hamilton tickets, the reprise: Single tickets for the rescheduled run of Hamilton, January 18-February 6, 2022 at Bass Performance Hall, will go on sale to the public at 10 am Monday, September 13, producer Jeffery Seller and Performing Arts Fort Worth have revealed.
And there's only one way to get them: online. Tickets will be available online only at www.basshall.com, as the physical box office remains closed at this time. No wristbands, standing in line, or dialing a phone number and hoping to reach a human. Online only.
Also, they say, ticket inventory is limited.
For that reason, they are setting a maximum purchase limit of eight tickets per household for the engagement. Prices will range from $99 to $199 with a select number of premium seats starting at $249 available for select performances, they say. Prices do not include ticket surcharges and fees.
Fans recall that the national tour of Hamiltonoriginally was scheduled to run at Bass Hall June from 9-28, 2020; subscriptions and single tickets had already gone on sale when COVID came along and snuffed out all the fun things. The run was rescheduled for January 18-February 6, 2022, which seemed far, far into the future and is now mere months away.
"Tickets for the original 2020 dates will be honored for the new dates," a release says. "No action is necessary for current ticket holders who purchased their tickets through the Bass Hall website or Bass Hall Box Office. Those who purchased tickets through third parties will need to contact their points of purchase."
As with all Hamilton engagements, there will be a lottery for 40 $10 seats for all performances; details of the lottery will be announced closer to the show's run.
The Broadway smash hit is the story of America's Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, an immigrant from the West Indies who became George Washington's right-hand man during the Revolutionary War and was the new nation’s first Treasury Secretary.
Featuring a score that blends hip-hop, jazz, blues, rap, R&B, and Broadway, Hamilton is the story of America then, as told by America now.
Lindsey Wilson contributed to this story.