Dear Evan Hansen San Francisco Tickets 2019
One of the best contemporary Broadway musicals is about to set up in your city! The fourth city of the tour is located in the sunny and friendly California. Come to Dear Evan Hansen San Francisco, and you will not regret! It will get especially hot on Dec 12-Dec 20 even though it is winter time. The musical will be the best present for your kids and other family members on Christmas and New Year. The Curran is one of the venues included in the show’s tour. The event gathers hundreds or even thousands of connoisseurs of art just like you. The play can boast its:
- Wonderful plot
- Topics covered
- Musical support
- Combination of genres
- Prestigious awards
The Dear Evan Hansen tickets San Francisco will be available closer to the start of the tour in September. Their prices start at $99 and are usually no more than $625. The total price per ticket depends on the location you choose. Besides, you have an opportunity to win one in the digital lottery using your preferred social network account.
The performance itself will be first introduced in this city on the 12th of December. Do not miss the chance to capture the show until the end of December. The musical lasts for 2 hours and a half. It has one intermission. Be ready to learn more about teenage suicide, drugs, the consequences of telling lies, unrequited love, and more.
Why Should You Visit The Curran to See the Show?
Dear Evan Hansen San Francisco tickets the Curran 2018 are waiting for their lucky owners. You can either purchase them online or in place or try to win the best seats in the special digital lottery held by the Telecharge. This show owns the Tony Award in category Best Musical, so we believe it is worth your attention.
Before this Californian city, you have a chance to enjoy the performance in the previous tour location. The next tour location is described here.
We would like to share a few words about the theatre. The number of seats is more or less modest: 1 667. That is why you should better hurry up to get a ticket. The theatre is active since 1992. It was named by Homer Curran. In 2015, the theatre was closed for significant updates. Today, you can enjoy brand new upholstery for seats, improved electrical/technical systems, updated and extended lobbies, and beautiful carpeting. The theatre has originally hosted plenty of pre-Broadway engagements in the city and entire state.