$25 Ticket Lottery for Dear Evan Hansen
The winner of six 2017 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Dear Evan Hansen is enjoying a sold-out run at San Francisco’s Curran theater during its first North American tour.
But just like with when Hamilton came to town, the show’s producers don’t want to leave out the little guy, and make a limited number of $25 tickets for each and every performance as part of a digital lottery
Enter the $25 Dear Evan Hansen Ticket Lottery
December 5-30, 2018
The Curran, 445 Geary St. SF
How To Enter the Ticket Lottery
A limited number of tickets for each performance will be sold to fans selected via random lottery drawing. Each selected winner shall be entitled to purchase a maximum of two (2) tickets at $25 each (inclusive of a $1.00 per ticket handling fee), or $50 total. To enter, type your information in the form and press the “Submit entry” button. Only one entry per person per performance. Duplicate entries and disposable email addresses will be discarded.
Drawings And Notification
Entries for the lottery for each performance will be accepted until 9:00 AM PT the day before the performance. Notifications will be sent to fans who are selected to purchase lottery tickets and those who are not via e-mail at approximately 11:00 AM PT the day prior to the performance. Fans selected to purchase lottery tickets will also receive a text SMS message (if mobile number is furnished provided the entrant also checks the text consent box).
Tickets must be purchased online with a credit card by 4:00 PM PT the day prior to the performance using the purchase link in your notification email. Tickets not purchased by 4:00 PM are forfeited. Tickets may be picked up at the Theatre box office beginning one hour prior to the scheduled curtain time of the applicable Performance. Your tickets may be partial view and, while every effort will be made to seat pairs together, there is a chance that pairs may be split up. Selected fans who require accessible seating should contact us at email@example.com for assistance.
“One of the most remarkable shows in musical theater history.” -The Washington Post