Those who get vaccinated at the Hollywood Pantages Theater may be entered to win free “Hamilton” tickets on Saturday.
Rite-Aid will be popping up in the Pantages’ lobby, administering both Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines, with those fans being automoatically eligible for the raffle.
Even if you don’t get the vaccine there, people may walk-up, show their vaccination cards and be entered to win tickets to the musical, as well.
GET YOUR FREE COVID-19 VACCINE @Pantages & A CHANCE TO WIN A PAIR OF TICKETS TO SEE @HamiltonMusical THIS SAT 5/22 FROM 11AM – 6PM! For more details, visit https://t.co/tFyapdIjeA. All vaccines are free regardless of insurance, immigration status or residency! WALK-INS WELCOME! pic.twitter.com/nQRS0qeNd4
— Hollywood Pantages (@Pantages) May 18, 2021
The Pantages announced that it would reopen its doors on August 17 with a brand new Hamilton cast making its debut at the Hollywood landmark.
Hamilton was originally scheduled to start its season at the Pantages back on March 12, 2020, but it never happened as the theater stopped operations for COVID-19 safety concerns. When the show does start up again this summer, it will run through Jan 2, 2022.
It has been noted that one entry per person will be submitted for the raffled tickets and the drawing will occur sometime in the week of June 14.
The vaccination site will be open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and they will be accepting walk-ins for vaccinations. COVID-19 vaccinations are free, do not require insurance and immigration status does not matter.