030619_MNS_Broadway_2019-20_001 Julia K. Harriman Sabrina Sloan Isa Briones

Front from left, Julia K. Harriman, Sabrina Sloan and Isa Briones act out a scene during the ‘Hamilton’ national tour, which is returning to the Fox Theatre in March 2020 after stopping there in May 2018. / Special

Hey “Hamilton” fans, mark your calendars!

The Fifth Third Bank Broadway in Atlanta series has announced the dates for the return of the smash hit “Hamilton” in 2020. After playing to sold-out shows during a three-week period in May and June 2018, it will again stop at the Fox Theatre in Midtown March 31 through May 3.

In February, Broadway in Atlanta announced its lineup for the 2019-20 season but only had the start date listed for “Hamilton.” In 2016 the musical about founding father Alexander Hamilton was nominated for a record 16 Tony Awards and won 11.

On Broadway and elsewhere, it’s been a box office smash, becoming the first Broadway show to eclipse $3 million in sales in eight performances. Its score mixes hip-hop, jazz, blues, rap, R&B and Broadway musical genres.

New subscriptions to the 2019-20 Broadway in Atlanta season are no longer available. To sign up for the 2020-21 wait list, visit www.broadwayinatlanta.com/season for more information.

Tickets to individual shows in the 2019-20 lineup are not available for purchase yet, but group reservations for individual shows for parties of 10 or more can be made by calling 404-881-2000.

Single-show tickets typically go on sale to the general public eight to 12 weeks prior to opening night. However, subscribers will have the opportunity to purchase additional tickets before they go on sale to the public.

For more information on the 2019-20 lineup or to order online, visit www.broadwayinatlanta.com.

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