How to get cheap Hamilton Tickets at Forrest Theatre in Philadelphia + Face Price Options

June 24, 2019

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The hottest show on Broadway is coming to Philadelphia. “Hamilton” will be performed at the Forrest Theatre from Aug. 27 through Nov. 17 and tickets went onsale in July, with Face prices ranging from $127 to $197, with a few premium seats for sale for $497. You will be able to buy unsold face value online at

Showtimes in Philadelphia are as follows: Tuesday - Thursday @ 7:30pm, Friday @ 8pm, Saturday 2pm & 8pm, Sunday @ 1pm & 7pm. The Forrest Theatre has a seating capacity if 1,851 compared to  just1,351 for the performances taking place at the Richard Rodgers Theater on Broadway. Despite the extra capacity, the run is likely to sell out immediately, which means that if you don't get tickets through the onsale, the secondary market is your best bet. A limited number of tickets will be available at the Forrest Theatre box office beginning July 9, 2019. $10 tickets will also be available for performances of HAMILTON through a daily drawing. 

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Hamilton, which commanded $1,537 per ticket on Broadway when Miranda starred, announced a 20-city tour later this year and into 2019. The tour will wrap up in San Juan, Jan. 8-27, 2019, with Miranda on stage. Proceeds from that show are earmarked to help Puerto Rico as it continues to recover from Hurricane Maria.

According to data, the average cost of a ticket since Miranda left the cast on July 9, 2016 is $1,019 in New York. The price for shows in other cities has been considerably cheaper, even with Mirdana in the cast – an average of $877.25 in San Francisco, $696.18 in Los Angeles and $439.51 in Chicago.

The Tony Award-winning musical, which debuted on Broadway on Jan. 20, 2015, incorporates a variety of musical styles including hip-hop, rhythm and blues and traditional show-style tunes into the telling of the story of founding father Alexander Hamilton. The show has set multiple box-office records, including becoming the first show to gross more than $3 million in a single week in New York, when it grossed $3.3 million for an eight-show week in November 2016.

Hamilton is still on Broadway through August 19 and is playing in London (through July 28), Chicago (through September 2) and Tempe, Ariz. (through Feb 25). It recently completed a run in San Diego.

Among the other cities set for the touring show are: Seattle, Denver, St. Louis, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Washington DC, and Boston.

No matter what city you want to catch Hamilton in, can help. Among the company’s Low Price Guarantee listings, mezzanine seats are currently available for as little as $250 for the March 4 performance in Chicago (7:30 p.m.) or up to $2,000 for orchestra seats the Saturday, April 21 matinee in St. Louis.

Hamilton 2018-2019 Schedule
New York, New York @ Richard Rodgers Theatre, Now running through August 19th
London, England @ Victoria Palace Theatre, Now running through July 28th
Chicago, Illinois @ CIBC Theatre, Now running through September 2nd
San Diego, California @ San Diego Civic Centre, January 3rd – January 28th
Tempe, Arizona @ Gammage Auditorium, January 30th – February 25th
Seattle, Washington @ Paramount Theatre, February 6th – March 18th
Denver, Colorado @ Buell Theatre, February 27th – April 1st
Portland, Oregon @ Keller Auditorium, March 20th – April 8th
St. Louis, Missouri @ Fox Theatre, April 3rd – April 22nd
Salt Lake City, Utah @ The Eccles, April 11th – May 6th
Houston, Texas @ The Hobby Center, April 24th – May 20th
Costa Mesa, California @ Segerstrom Center for the Arts – May 8th – May 27th
Atlanta, Georgia @ Fox Theatre, May 22nd – June 10th
Las Vegas, Nevada @ The Smith Center, May 29th – June 2nd
Washington, DC @ The Kennedy Center, June 12th – September 16th
Des Moines, Iowa @ Des Moines Performing Arts Center, June 27th – July 15th
Boston, Massachusetts @ Boston Opera House, September 18th – November 18th
Charlotte, North Carolina @ Belk Theater, October 10th – November 4th
San Juan, Puerto Rico @ Teatro UPR at University of Puerto Rico, January 8th – January 27th