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Presale tickets for 'Hamilton' in San Francisco go on sale Dec. 2.
Presale tickets for 'Hamilton' in San Francisco go on sale Dec. 2.

Ticket Alert: 'Hamilton' in San Francisco

Ticket Alert: 'Hamilton' in San Francisco

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At long last, ticket information for the San Francisco run of Hamilton is here.

SHN announced Wednesday that presale tickets for Hamilton will go on sale to American Express cardholders on Monday, Dec. 5, at 10am. Those tickets may be purchased only with an American Express card, starting Dec. 5, at this link right here.

Tickets go on sale to the general public for Hamilton on Monday, Dec. 12, at 10am. Tickets may be purchased at this link right here. Ticket may also be purchased by calling (888) 746-1799, or by visiting the SHN Orpheum Theatre Box Office.

Tickets cost $100-$197 each for regular performances, with select premium seats for all performances running $524. There is a six ticket limit per household.

To keep things interesting, there will also be a day-of-show lottery for $10 seats for all performances. Details for the day-of-show tickets will be announced closer to the run of the show.


Hamilton runs March 10–Aug. 5, 2017, at the Orpheum Theater in San Francisco. The production will feature an all-new cast, yet to be announced, from the original Broadway production.

For full details as they are known, visit SHN’s FAQ about Hamilton.

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