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Hamilton Chicago Ticket Information

The smash Broadway hit Hamilton picked Chicago as the site for its first touring production, and beginning in Sept. 2016, theater fans in the Windy City will have the chance to experience the instant classic live at The PrivateBank Theatre. Review the schedule above to see which upcoming show dates have Hamilton Chicago tickets available for purchase in the Vivid Seats marketplace. Hamilton’s stay in Chicago is said to be open-ended, so be sure to check back regularly for tickets to Hamilton shows as more are announced. The GRAMMY-winning musical was penned by the incomparable Lin-Manuel Miranda, who also plays the lead role for Hamilton on Broadway, and was a 2015 recipient of the prestigious MacArthur “Genius” Grant.

Secure your seat today by clicking the red button associated with the Hamilton Chicago tickets you’d like to purchase. Use available on-page filters as needed to make sure you find just the right show. On the following screen, you’ll find a complete directory of Chicago Hamilton tickets alongside a PrivateBank Theatre seating chart for the performance, which is typically comprised of an Orchestra, Dress Circle, Mezzanine, and Balcony. Sections designated by a color signify that Chicago Hamilton tickets are currently for sale in that area, and with our interactive map feature, you can click directly inside the sections to filter for the respective listings. If you’re shopping for Hamilton Chicago tickets with a budget in mind, use the price range toolbar accordingly, or you can opt to filter low to high or high to low as well. Adjust the quantity as needed and then press “Buy” to proceed to checkout. If at any time you have questions regarding your Chicago Hamilton tickets order, connect to Live Chat or give us a call at 866.848.8499.

When Does Hamilton in Chicago Begin?

Hamilton will make its Chicago debut on Sept. 27 at the PrivateBank Theatre.

Hamilton Chicago Cast

In Hamilton Chicago casting news, it has been confirmed that Miguel Cervantes will star as Alexander Hamilton, while other notable cast mentions include Karen Olivo (Angelica Schuyler), Ari Afsar (Eliza Hamilton), and Alexander Gemignani (former King George III).