PHOENIX — The uber-popular, award-winning Broadway musical "Hamilton" will make its way back to ASU Gammage, and for the fans who aren't about throwing away their shot to see it again in Tempe, they'll have an entire season to prepare.
Gammage slipped the news of the musical's return in with the announcement of its 2019-20 Broadway season which will include "Mean Girls," "Fiddler on the Roof," and "Come From Away."
"Hamilton" will be coming back to the Valley along with Disney's latest Broadway hit "Frozen," but not until the 2020-21 season.
"We hope we’re not too late to your party, but you can add this to your excitement as well!" Gammage posted on Instagram.
"Hamilton" spent four weeks in Tempe in 2018 with 32 sold-out performances at Gammage.
During its run, the widely acclaimed musical had a significant economical impact on the Valley. Patrons from all over, including from Mexico, Canada and Sweden, came to see the award-winning Broadway musical at ASU Gammage.
According to research done by The Broadway League, "Hamilton" generated more than $50 million in economic impact for the Phoenix area.