Hamilton Washington Tickets 2018
A sensational Broadway show, Hamilton comes to Washington D.C. on Jun 12 – Sep 16 (2018) during US tour. The event dedicated to it will be held at the Kennedy Center. The tickets have already gone on sale on Wednesday, February 28 for the local theater members, while the tickets for the rest of visitors have been available since the late March.
As for the performance itself, it will be presented on Tuesday, June 12 for the first time and will be repeatedly showed until Sunday, Sept. 16. The estimated cost of the tickets varies from $99 to $625 depending on the seat’s location.
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The show takes place at Kennedy Center: 2700 F St NW, Washington, DC 20566.
Average start time: Monday-Friday – 7:30 PM, Saturday-Sunday – 2:00 or 7:30 PM.
Next stop of National tour – Des Moines, IA on Jun 27 – Jul 15 (2018).
About Kennedy Center in Washington
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts was opened in 1971 on September 8 and named after John F. Kennedy (as you may be aware, it is the 35th President of the United States. However, the formal name for this venue is the John F. Kennedy Memorial Center for the Performing Arts, while the simpler one is the Kennedy Center. It is located on the Potomac River nearby the Watergate complex.
Nowadays the venue serves as multipurpose center responsible for the majority of major events such as big-name theater performances, ballet premieres, orchestral, jazz, chamber and folk music performances.