Nearly four years ago, the musical Hamilton and its creator Lin-Manuel Miranda took over Broadway, the Tonys (it won 11), pop culture, and the world. The musical is now on its third U.S. Tour and it will soon be making a stop in Louisville beginning June 4th. How do $10 tickets for the one of the biggest musical of all time sound? 

Here's the scoop. The Kentucky Center for the Arts has announced a digital lottery that will give theater lovers the chance to buy tickets for the low, low price of 10 bucks. #HAM4HAM

Forty tickets will be sold for $10 for each Hamilton performance, June 4th-June 23rd. The first lottery will go live a week from Sunday, that's June 2nd at 11:00 a.m. ET. and then the other lotteries will start at the same time two days before each show. The lotteries will close at 9:00 a.m. ET the day before a performance.

You can either download the official Hamilton app or sign up HERE and make sure you check the correct show city. When the show dates get closer, you'll be able to select LOUISVILLE.

No purchase or payment necessary to participate, and only one entry per person.

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