It's finally time!
Tickets to "Hamilton" in D.C. went on sale to the public Monday.
The Tony Award-winning show is coming to the Kennedy Center this summer. Members of the Kennedy Center got first dibs on the tickets last month, but now the general public also can get their hands on those tickets.
Tickets became available online and in person Monday at 8 a.m., with a long line snaking around the outside of the Kennedy Center.
Prices range from $99 to $199, with a select number of $625 premium seats available for all performances, according to a statement. The Kennedy Center is also offering a limited number of $10 orchestra seats for all performances.
Tickets are available online here, in person at the Kennedy Center box office, or by calling 202-467-4600 or 800-444-1324. There's a four-ticket limit per household.
The show will run from June 12 through Sept. 16.
"Hamilton" is the story of America's founding father Alexander Hamilton. The score features a blend of hip hop, jazz, blues, rap, R&B and Broadway. The show was first performed three years ago in New York. Since its opening, Lin-Manuel Miranda's musical has won 11 Tony Awards, a Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album and the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.