The lineup is also set to featuring the return of Hamilton, Annie, the Atlanta premiere of Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird, the first U.S. national tour of Funny Girl, and the pre-Broadway revival of The Wiz. Season options include the triumphant return of Les Misérables and Disney’s Aladdin.
“The 2023/2024 season will be a particularly exciting one for Atlanta audiences,” said Russ Belin, vice president of Broadway in Atlanta. “This season includes long-awaited Atlanta debuts, returning favorites and an expansive variety of shows to suit every theatregoer’s taste. We’re very proud to host another fantastic season featuring the best Broadway has to offer!”
The wait list for the Regions Bank in Atlanta’s 2023/2024 season is currently open. With a $49 deposit, new subscribers can guarantee their tickets for the 2023/2024 Season. A deposit will secure priority access to purchase 2023/2024 Season Tickets before general public on sale, subject to seat availability. This deposit will also grant access to the best payment plan options with no additional fee or interest and can then be applied to the package cost at checkout. The deposit also includes a full money-back guarantee if the customer chooses not to purchase.
New subscriptions are expected to go on sale in late March. Prices start at $260 for the seven-show package. Subscribers have the opportunity to add on Hamilton to make an eight-show package. A season subscription is the only way to guarantee your seats for the Atlanta premiere of the hit musicals MJ and SIX. Subscriber prices will vary depending on the show time, day of the week and seating location. Subscriber benefits include access to the best seats available, priority access to additional tickets and ticket exchange privileges. Visit www.broadwayinatlanta.com for more information on signing up for the wait list.
Current subscribers have until February 13, 2023 to guarantee their same seats.
Additional information about the venue’s enhanced health and safety measures can be found on the Fox Theatre website. The health and well-being of audiences, touring productions, staff and all venue personnel remains top priority.