If you never saw the award-winning Broadway musical, "Hamilton", but always wanted to, here's your shot. The musical is doing a lottery for the New Orleans performance and giving people a chance to attend to show for only $10! The lottery is over Thursday, June 16, 2022, so hurry. Enter the contest HERE or download the Hamilton App and enter (enable setting for notifications.) Hamilton is the Hip Hop, R&B, and Jazz inspired Broadway musical that turned the world upside down when it made its debut in 2015! For more details about the musical see the video below.

"Hamilton" will be live in New Orleans from June 21 through June 26, 2022, at the legendary Saenger Theatre. The lottery starts every Friday at 10 am and closes the following Thursday at noon. Winners will be notified via mobile push notification or email, between noon and 4 pm every Thursday, to attend a show the following week.

Winner notifications will be sent between 12:00 PM and 4:00 PM every Thursday for the upcoming week’s performances via email and mobile push notification. The winner has two hours to claim and pay for their $10 ticket (can purchase up to 2 tickets.) Winning patrons must be 18 or older and 10 years of age or older to attend the Hamilton musical due to some strong language. Only one entry per person, per performance. Repeat entries and disposable email addresses will be discarded. For more contest rules click, HERE.

Lottery winners may pick tickets up 2 hours prior to the performance at the Saenger Theatre will call and must present a valid photo ID. Lottery tickets are void if resold.
For more info about the Hamilton lottery contact help@luckyseat.com if entering through Lucky Seat, or lottery@hamiltonmusical.com if entering through the Hamilton App. Good luck!

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