‘Hamilton’ resumes #Ham4Ham lottery just in time for its Broadway return

‘Hamilton’ resumes #Ham4Ham lottery just in time for its Broadway return
Richard Rodgers Theatre. Photo: Robert Cutts.

As “Hamilton” gears up for its Sept. 14 return to Broadway, producer Jeffrey Seller has good news for fans: The #Ham4Ham lottery is back. The digital raffle will dole out 46 tickets priced at $10 for every performance at the Richard Rodgers Theatre.

Audience members hoping to snag tickets to the comeback shows next week can enter the lottery via the “Hamilton” app through 12 p.m. on Sept. 9. A new entry period will go live each Friday at 10 a.m. and will last through Thursday at 12 p.m. for the following week’s performances. No purchase is required, and individuals must be 18 years or older to enter.

Those who submit to the lottery should monitor their emails on Thursdays between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. for notifications about their status; winners will have a two-hour period to claim their tickets. A photo ID is required for pick-up, and the lottery tickets are non-transferable.

The #Ham4Ham fandom started back in 2015, when Lin-Manuel Miranda and the original cast of “Hamilton” began a series of miniature concerts outside of the theater for the show’s in-person lottery draw. The lottery moved online in January of 2016, and the regularly held mini-shows at the theater stopped later that year.

More information about the #Ham4Ham lottery and how to enter can be found on the “Hamilton” site.

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