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Phantom of the Opera Ticket Information

Fall under the spell of the classic yet haunting Phantom of the Opera, the smash musical based on the internationally acclaimed novel by Gaston Leroux. Journey deep beneath the stage of the Paris Opera House as you follow the mysterious Phantom and his beloved soprano Christine on their enchantingly tragic love story. Complete with breathtaking scenery, incredible special effects, and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s unforgettable score, it’s no surprise why Phantom tickets have been selling out since 1986.

It’s 1881 in Paris and a masked and deformed Phantom lurks beneath the stage of the Opera House. From here, he embarks on a reign of terror over the performers in a quest to turn Christine, the young chorus girl he loves, into the opera’s next star. Watch in wonder as elaborately costumed actors, fantastical sets, and of course, the famous chandelier transport you into a world of intrigue and drama from the moment the curtain rises.

With stirring vocals and poetic lyrics, the show keeps you on the edge of your seat with achingly beautiful songs such as “Think of Me,” “Music of the Night,” and the titular “Phantom of the Opera.” Listen as the Phantom delivers his heart-wrenching reprise of “All I Ask of You” after uncovering Christine’s relationship with another man. With tickets to Phantom, you’ll see for yourself why the timeless musical has captivated the hearts of millions of people around the world.

History, Awards & Touring Productions

Following its London premiere in 1986, The Phantom of the Opera debuted on Broadway 2 years later, where it earned 7 Tony Awards, including Best Musical and Best Scenic and Costume Designs. It’s the longest running show in Broadway history, and today has been seen by more than 140 million people across nearly 30 countries. With shows continuing to run in New York and London, as well as across the United States in 2018, there are more chances than ever to see this majestic musical for yourself.