Music Hall Kansas City | Kansas City, MO
EVENT RESCHEDULED TO THURSDAY 30TH MARCH 2023. Originally Thursday 7th October 2021. All original tickets are still valid!
This is your last opportunity to secure your tickets to see the Broadway Musical that critics are calling “breathtaking” “absolutely incredible” and “truly stunning” on Thursday 30th March 2023 (Rescheduled from Thursday 7th October 2021) when the illustrious Kansas City Music Hall proudly hosts Hamilton! This Musical brings some of the biggest names in Broadway all under one roof for a show that will be unforgettable. Whether this is your first time experience Hamilton or not, you can expect an experience that is unsurpassed. Even critics are calling Hamilton the best Musical you can see in 2021. So if you don’t want to miss out, you have to click that Buy Tickets button below. But make sure you book your tickets quick, because once this show is sold-out, tickets are gone!
Come on down to Kansas City Music Hall on the Thursday 7th October 2021 in Kansas City and get taken back in time to 1776, New York City, American founding father Alexander Hamilton, a fool who ran his mouth and wound-up dead! Hamilton reminds us that our history was not preordained by some outside force or even by almighty founding fathers but eked out by the daily, uncertain decisions of flawed, selfish human beings. Lyrics like “How lucky we are to be alive right now! History is happening in Manhattan, and we just happen to be in the greatest city in the world!” This is a high paced, lyrical line, lyrical rhyme frantically thrown at you amid impressive set pieces in the middle of remarkably complicated multi group choreographed moves, with each set change smoothly blending into the next keeping up a unrelenting tempo through-out the entire performance. So, come on down and raise a glass to American freedom, and listen to this immense story of American history told to you by the all singing, all dancing crew of Hamilton. You do not want to miss your shot, come and purchase your tickets now to the great all-American story right now.