Remember how popular the $10 tickets to “Hamilton” were when the musical came to Denver?

“The Book of Mormon,” another huge Broadway production, is headed to the Mile High City in June – and if you didn’t snag tickets, there is a way to get some at a decent price … with a caveat.

The Denver Center of the Performing Arts announced that a limited number of tickets will be available for $25 during a pre-show lottery. Don’t expect this lottery to be quite as easy to enter as the one for Hamilton, though.

“The Book of Mormon” will swing through Denver from June 13 to July 7. Starting two-and-a-half hours before each performance, you can go to the Ellie Caulkins Opera House and print your name and the number of tickets you want on a card (it’s up to two).

Names will be randomly drawn two hours before the show. If you’re chosen, you can buy $25 tickets to “The Book of Mormon.”

And before you think about gaming the system, you should probably know that the DCPA will be checking for duplicates before each drawing.

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