Hamilton in Costa Mesa 2018
THE SHOW IN COSTA MESA HAS ENDED: Please visit Hamilton national tour page https://hamiltontickets.org/tour/ to see other cities.
People are ready to give that much just to see Hamilton live. Segerstrom Center for the Arts will host Tony Award-winning musical Hamilton during three weeks of US tour from 8th to 27th May. The public sales started at 9 A.M. on 26th February.
The price for an average seat varies from $80.75 to $200.75. There are also some Hamilton premium tickets available at a cost of $600.75. Each account registered on a website is limited to purchase only four tickets.
Those who can’t buy the tickets for their reasons may participate in the ticket lottery. It will be arranged closer to the date of the first performance.
Hamilton was written by Lin-Manuel Miranda based on Ron Chernow’s biography of Alexander Hamilton, the founding father of the U.S. The musical’s plot revolves around his career path from an average immigrant to the nation’s first treasury secretary. The musical accompaniment of the show represents an outstanding blend of classic Broadway tunes and modern genres like hip-hop, R&B, jazz and blues.
Hamilton’s fans from South California will be able to join admission-free “Hamiltunes: An American Sing-Along” program, which will be held on the Julianne and George Argyros Plaza at 4 P.M, March 3. The host of the event is pianist and comedian Seth Rudetsky, an owner of 3 Emmy Awards. Costumes are not required but quite welcomed.
The show takes place at Segerstrom Center for the Arts: 600 Town Center Dr, Costa Mesa, CA 92626.
Average start time: Monday-Friday – 7:30 PM, Saturday-Sunday – 2:00 or 7:30 PM.
Next stop of National tour – Atlanta, GA on May 22 – Jun 10 (2018).
About Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa
Segerstrom Center for the Arts was established in 1986 and designed by Charles Lawrence. It’s the new name for the venue – it was previously called Orange County Performing Arts Center. Later in 2006, several new halls and theatres were opened as a part of the complex. They were designed by honored architect Cesar Pelli whose most significant award is American Institute of Architects Gold Medal in 1995.