It’s definitely coming.

"Hamilton," Lin-Manuel Miranda’s blockbuster Broadway musical, will play the Orpheum Theatre in the 2018-2019 season, Hennepin Theatre Trust announced to subscribers on Friday.

Full dates, prices and ticket availability will be released at a later date.

Here's what we know so far about admission:

Tickets will be first made available to subscribers of the Hennepin Theatre Trust, which presents the Broadway touring season in Minneapolis.

Here's the catch:

"If you buy a season subscription for 2017-2018, and then renew it, you will be guaranteed 'Hamilton' tickets," said Dale Stark, media relations manager for the Hennepin Theatre Trust. "We're not saying that you have to do that. They will be on sale for the general public. But subscribers get priority."

The full 2017-2018 Broadway season will be announced Jan. 23, 2017.

"Hamilton" is Miranda's hip-hop retelling of the story of American founding father Alexander Hamilton, a West Indian immigrant and George Washington ally who became the nation's first treasury secretary. (His face also looks out from the $10 bill.) 

Miranda, whose earlier musical, "In the Heights," will be produced at the Ordway Center next season, also uses jazz, blues and R&B in "Hamilton," his revolutionary show that won 11 Tonys in June.

(Photo above courtesy of Joan Marcus/AP)

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