The Book of Mormon is coming … and you could see it for just $20
We’re not going to beat around the bush – the hype around The Book of Mormon is very real right now. In case you’ve missed the billboards, bus ads and every second friend of yours who has already snapped up tickets to the mega-popular musical advising you to do the same, it is landing at QPAC from Saturday March 16. If you’ve been waiting for a sign from some higher power that you need to go to the show, here it is – a special preview performance has just been announced for Friday March 15, with tickets going for a mere $20. This is not a drill and that is not a typo.
A $20 ticket to The Book of Mormon may seem like a deal too good to be true, but there’s no trickery afoot. This is how it’s going to go down – these tickets are only available to purchase in person from the QPAC box office, with sales opening at 9:00 am on the dot on Monday March 11. Up to two tickets may be purchased per customer and valid ID must be presented during the transaction so names can be checked off on the night of the performance. These tickets cannot be re-sold, so there will be no scalping or price hiking going on. As you can imagine, these tickets are going to be in very high demand, so if you’re desperate for a spot we would suggest lining up extremely early.
Need any more proof that you need to see this show? The Book of Mormon is one of the most lauded musicals of all time, garnering swathes of awards and critical acclaim since its debut in New York back in 2011. The story of two mismatched missionaries pushed out of their comfort zones comes from the twisted minds of Trey Parker and Matt Stone, most famous as the creators and writers of South Park – so yeah, you know it’s going to be equal parts hilarious and irreverent. Nine Tony Awards, a Grammy and four Olivier Awards can’t be wrong – this is a must-see musical event that will incite some serious FOMO.
Not keen on queues? Limited tickets to The Book of Mormon are still available online, which you can grab through QPAC.