Lubbock is a thriving city with all of it's different scenes, especially the arts. There's plenty of artist and art lovers around the Hub City and one performance coming to Lubbock has everyone excited, and that's HAMILTON. Tickets for this play are already on sale but there is a chance to get tickets for a discounted price.

The American Theatre Guild and producer Jeffrey Seller will be holding a digital lottery for the performance of HAMILTON just before their first performance. The digital lottery will be selecting a few people for their chance to get discounted tickets. There will be a limited amount of discounted tickets going for $10 each with the first round of the lottery being available for signups on July 7 through July 13 at noon.

How to Enter

Entry for this lottery is easy and can be done through the official HAMILTON app for all iOS and Android devices in their respective app store. After the first round of signups the lottery will open every Friday at 10 a.m. through that Thursday leading up to the following weeks performance. Each person that is selected for the discounted tickets will be able to purchase up to two tickets for the performance and entry is limited to one per person. Those tickets will be available for pick-up at will just two hours before their showtime, an I.D. will be required.

HAMILTON will be in Lubbock starting July 19 through July 30 at the Buddy Holly Hall. There will be 40 tickets available per performance through this digital lottery, all participants must be 18 years old or older to enter. All those that do win will only have two hours from the notification to purchase those tickets for the show.

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