Hugh Jackman pushes back ‘The Music Man’ @MusicManBway to 2021 due to #COVID19 @RealHughJackman #HughJackman #broadway

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Hugh Jackman, who sent out a tweet today concerning his Broadway show, “The Music Man”, announced that he’ll be pushing back the opening of his show to April 7, 2021 when previews will begin, right before opening on Broadway May 20, 2021 due to Broadway’s shutdown from COVID19.

To ease the process of exchanging tickets into the new dates, for the unprecedented number of individual customers we need to contact, all performances of “The Music Man” are currently off sale.

The musical intends to open priority on sale for all remaining seats at 10 a.m. on July 23, 2020.

The box office will open to the general public on July 24, 2020 at 10 a.m.

f you wish to sign up for the priority on sale, please CLICK HERE.

If you are already a ticketholder, your booking has been automatically transferred to a new performance on the same day of the week, with both the same performance time and seat locations. For a full list of new and old dates CLICK HERE.

As of right now, Broadway is officially shutdown till September 6, but it’s speculated that more shows will not come back till next year, and the official shutdown will extend longer.

Daniel Quintanilla

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