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Hamilton Frequently Asked Questions

When will Hamilton be at the Peace Center?

Hamilton will be at the Peace Center Dec 4-16, 2018 for a limited two-week engagement.

How can I make sure I get tickets to the show?

Currently, the only way to guarantee tickets to Hamilton is by becoming a 2018-2019 season ticket holder. The season ticket package also includes a ticket to the eight other titles on the season: The Play That Goes Wrong, Anastasia, Miss Saigon, The Book of Mormon, A Bronx Tale, Come From Away, Hello, Dolly! and Dear Evan Hansen.
Renewing season ticket holders have until May 13 to renew their current seats.
Once returning season ticket holders have been seated, a limited number of new season tickets will be available. Patrons interested in becoming a new season ticket holder should submit a request to be added to the waiting list by clicking here or calling 864.467.3000.  Submitting a request does not guarantee tickets.
New season ticket packages will be processed in the order they are received, with current season ticket holders and Peacekeepers receiving priority, starting May 29. Patrons will be contacted via email advising of their request status. To ensure that as many people as possible have access to season tickets, a limit of two season tickets may be purchased per account.
For more information about becoming a new season ticket holder, click here.

If I’m a season ticket holder, when will I see the show?

Season ticket holders will be seated during the first week of the engagement, Dec 4-9, 2018.

When will tickets go on sale for Hamilton?

A public on-sale date for Hamilton will be announced at a later date.  
The best way to stay up to date with the Peace Center is to sign up for emails by creating an account (if you’ve purchased tickets with us before, you already have an account) and/or following the Peace Center on social media.

Will there be Hamilton tickets available to the public? Can I get on a waitlist?

Yes, there will be tickets available for the public on sale. A waitlist is not available for single tickets.

How much will Hamilton tickets cost?

Single ticket prices will be announced at a future date.

Will there be a lottery for Hamilton?

Yes, there will be a digital lottery in Greenville. Additional details will be released closer to the engagement.

Where can I purchase tickets to Hamilton?

Be advised that PEACECENTER.ORG and the Peace Center Box Office are the only authorized ticket providers for  Hamilton in Greenville . Buyers who purchase from a ticket broker or third party should be aware that the Peace Center is unable to reprint or replace lost or stolen tickets and is unable to contact patrons with information regarding time changes or other pertinent updates regarding the performance, and they run the risk of overpaying or purchasing fraudulent tickets.

What is Hamilton about?

Hamilton is the story of America’s founding father Alexander Hamilton, an immigrant from the West Indies who became George Washington’s right-hand man during the Revolutionary War and was the new nation’s first treasury secretary. Featuring a score that blends hip-hop, jazz, blues, rap, R&B and Broadway, Hamilton  is the story of America then, as told by America now.

What is the age recommendation for Hamilton?

Hamilton is recommended for ages 10+.  The show contains some strong language and non-graphic adult situations.

Where can I learn more about Hamilton?
Facebook: HamiltonMusical
Instagram: HamiltonMusical
Twitter: @HamiltonMusical

Will Lin-Manuel Miranda be in the show?

No, this will be an all new cast, but it will be produced with the same talent, attention to detail and high quality as the Broadway production.

When is Hamilton coming back to Greenville?

Many factors are considered when presenting a national tour including availability and routing. We don’t have a confirmed return date scheduled, but we want to bring the show back to Greenville as soon as possible. 

Will there be an EDUHAM performance?

No. Due to the limited two-week engagement, an EDUHAM performance will not be possible in Greenville.

Season Ticket Holders

When will I receive my Hamilton tickets?

Hamilton tickets will be mailed separately from the season ticket package. You will receive them in October.

Can I add season tickets to my current package?

Season ticket holders who currently have fewer than four seats on their package may request to add to their package. The total number of seats on the account (renewing seats plus new seats) cannot exceed four. Renewing subscribers can renew all of their currently held seats even if they exceed four.
New seat requests will be processed during the new seating window starting May 29. New season tickets are processed on a first come, first served basis with current season ticket holders and Peacekeepers receiving priority.

Will season ticket holders be able to exchange their tickets into another performance?

Exchanges for Hamilton will be limited to a specific to-be-determined window. Season ticket holders will receive a communication outlining those details once details are confirmed. It will be prior to the public on sale.

Will season ticket holders be able to purchase additional single tickets before the public on sale?

Additional single tickets will not be available for purchase prior to the public on sale.


I’m a Peacekeeper. Will I be able to purchase single tickets before the public?

The best way to guarantee seats is to become a season ticket holder. Due to ticket inventory constraints, Peacekeepers are not guaranteed tickets or access to a presale. The typical Peacekeeper tiered on-sale schedule will not apply to Hamilton. The on sale date for single tickets has yet to be announced.
We are extremely grateful for all of our current and future Peacekeepers, however we cannot guarantee that becoming a Peacekeeper will increase your odds of being able to purchase tickets to Hamilton.


Can I purchase group tickets?

Group tickets will not be available for Hamilton.

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