‘Hamilton’ is coming to Boston

But you'll have to be "young, scrappy, and hungry" to get tickets for the 2018 show.

Hamilton on Broadway. Joan Marcus

Hamilton the musical will be coming to Boston for the 2017-2018 season.

Broadway in Boston announced on Instagram Monday night that the record-breaking hip hop musical’s touring cast will stop at the Boston Opera House.

Because we couldn’t help ourselves – @hamiltonmusical is coming to Boston as part of the 2017/18 Season! #BroadwayInBoston

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Subscribers to Broadway in Boston’s 2016-2017 season will have first access to tickets when they renew their subscription for the 2017-2018 season.

For those who are not currently subscribers, but considering making the jump to get first dibs, the five-show package starts at $185. The newly announced 2016-2017 season includes Something Rotten!, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, The King and I, Finding Neverland, The Illusionists, Cabaret, Wicked, and Jersey Boys.

Show dates and public on-sale dates for single tickets and groups have not been released.


Hamilton, led by creator and star Lin-Manuel Miranda, is based on the life of founding father Alexander Hamilton and led by composer and actor Miranda in the title role. It’s one of the most successful musical phenomenons of the past few decades, evidenced in part by how hard it’s been to score tickets to the show during its New York City run.

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