The hit musical ‘Hamilton’ may be sold out online, but there are still lottery tickets available


If you waited to buy hamilton tickets, at this point you are practically out of luck.

There are no more seats available on the Portland’5 Centers for the Arts website. But there is one last option for hardcore Lin-Manuel Miranda fans.

Broadway in Portland and show producer Jeffrey Seller are running a digital lottery for $10 tickets to the production, which is taking place at Keller Auditorium through May 1.

To enter, use the official smartphone app to hamilton (available in the Apple App and Google Play stores), and keep your fingers nimble starting at 10 a.m. every Friday. This is when the lottery opens and you can enter for a chance to get tickets until noon on the following Thursday before the following week’s performance.

Winner and non-winner notifications will be sent between 1-4pm every Thursday via email and mobile push notification. Those lucky enough to be selected will then have two hours to claim up to two spots.

You can only enter the lottery once per period – repeated names and email addresses will be deleted. When picking up tickets, make sure you have a valid photo ID that matches the name used to enter.

This is the second time the rap-influenced account of founding father Alexander Hamilton’s life has come to Portland. When it first passed through the city in 2018, there was a mad dash for seats – and thankfully the show lived up to the hype.


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