Try your luck at the Wicked lottery for discounted tickets

Show up early to save some dough



The touring production of Wicked doesn't hit town until next week, but buzz for the Broadway show is already high. The Coliseum/Performing Arts Center's Alan Coker tells us it's the biggest show in the history of the venue; whereas most Broadway shows bring in about three or four trucks, Wicked has closer to 14.

Coker says tickets for the two-week run are selling well, but there are still plenty available. Prices range from $52-$111 (plus fees), but there are also $25 tickets available through a day-of-performance lottery. A limited number of orchestra seats will be set aside for each performance, and anyone who shows up to the box office two and a half hours early will be entered in the lottery. There's a limit of two tickets per person. Lottery participants must have a valid photo ID when submitting their entry form.

If you don't feel like pressing your luck, just buy your tickets here.

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