[UPDATE July 13 t 12:16 p.m.: The Denver Center for the Performing Arts has officially re-scheduled Hamilton‘s return to Denver. Hamilton will now play The Buell Theatre February 16 – March 27, 2022. This comes after the DCPA canceled its entire DCPA theatre company 2020/2021 season, including the original dates for Hamilton (August 12-October 4, 2020). Dates for single ticket sales will be announced closer to the event. Until then, they encourage you to sign up to receive ticket alerts at denvercenter.org/Hamilton.]
[UPDATE May 14 at 11:15: Hamilton‘s 2020 return to Denver has been postponed indefinitely due to the impacts of COVID-19. Hamilton was scheduled to play The Buell Theatre August 12-October 4, 2020. According to the DCPA, they are actively working to secure alternate dates.]
[UPDATE April 17 at 12:18 p.m. The Denver Center for the Performing Arts is postponing the on-sale date for Hamilton tickets. A rescheduled date is yet to be announced, so check back here and here for COVID-19 updates concerning the show and the organization at large. Please note that Hamilton is still expected to run from August 12 – October 4, 2020 at the Buell Theatre as planned, though this is subject to change.]
Though the Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) canceled more than 500 events from March through mid-July in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the theatre organization is determined to set the stage for its future. The phenomenal musical, Hamilton, will still make its long-awaited return to Denver from August 12 – October 4, 2020, and tickets will go on sale exclusively online on Monday, April 20 at 10:00 a.m. MDT at denvercenter.org/Hamilton. Patrons of the theatrical arts will not be able to purchase tickets for this show via phone or walk-up box office visits.
The DCPA and Hamilton‘s producer, Jeffrey Seller, strongly emphasized that the only authorized and counterfeit-free way to purchase tickets for the Denver show is though the above link. Guests can purchase eight tickets maximum per online account, and there will also be a lottery for a limited number of $10 seats for all performances. The aforementioned link will lead all buyers to a virtual waiting room for tickets, and they will be randomly assigned a spot in line the moment tickets officially go on sale.
The first time Hamilton came to the Mile High City, in Spring 2018, demand was so high that this lottery system was set in motion to distribute the tickets. Its 2020 return has been in the works for more than a year already, so we’re holding out hope that this show will go on and that COVID-19 will be successfully mitigated by then. At present, the next DCPA production to hit the stage is My Fair Lady at the Buell Theatre on July 15, 2020.