ORLANDO, Fla. – Anyone who is trying to reach their goal of seeing "Hamilton" in Orlando is in luck, tickets are still available for several of the performances.
When tickets went on sale Nov. 16, fans of the Tony Award-winning musical flocked to the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts for their chance to snag seats. The influx led to long lines in person and in the virtual waiting room, where nearly 40,000 people tried to buy tickets, according to officials from the venue.
By the end of the day, officials said tickets were no longer available online, but now, nearly a month later, seats are popping up.
DPAC's website shows that only the shows on Jan. 22, 26 and 27 are completely sold out, which leaves 19 performances with seats still available.
Granted, for some of the dates, such as the 8 p.m. performance on Friday, Jan. 25, there is only one lone seat available in the balcony with a $249 price tag. So at this point, don't expect to be sitting front and center.
Still, there are several performances with dozens of seats still open, including pairs and groups of seats for anyone looking to bring a date or friends.
Fans will likely have the best luck snagging a good seat for the Jan. 30 show. That performance has close to 60 openings, including more than 40 in the orchestra section.
Prices before fees range anywhere from $279 for an orchestra seat to $176 for a spot in the balcony.
To see all the seats available or to purchase tickets, click here.