Things are getting crazier for the Hamilton Musical Cancellation line if you can imagine that.

Now that the show has won 11 Tony Awards and Lin-Manuel has announced his departure on 7/9 wait times are exceeding 48 or more hours.

We barely got in by the skin of our teeths recently and had been in the line for 48+ hours. Ours was the last pair and the pair after ours was a mom and daughter who were offered one actual seat and one SRO. The mother took the seat, but the daughter declined for the SRO.

Can’t say I blame them for that, but the daughter ended up there the next day and was (mercifully) at the front of the line. They were very nice people and it’s always a pleasure to be in the line with nice people.

We already know that there are some really horrible people in the line occasionally who work for a competing line-sitting business.

Scum of the earth is what they are given the behavior we’ve witnessed first-hand.

There are a couple of them who are decent people and who behave themselves like normal human beings, but there are a few of them who are simply contemptible human beings.

All that aside, we stand ready to assist you in getting tickets to see this PHENOMENAL show. We ask that you reserve a line-waiter at least seven (7) days in advance so that we can have them there as early as necessary to improve the odds of your getting tickets.

Of course, we don’t guarantee tickets. There are too many variables at play to do that, but we’ve had a great deal of success in helping our clients get tickets in the past.

Our line-wait fee is also non-refundable.

Email us at linestandingnyc@zoho.com to schedule your Hamilton Musical line-waiter.

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