DENVER (CBS4) – One woman grabbed the final tickets for the highly-anticipated showing of “Hamilton” in Denver after waiting in line behind hundreds of people for seven hours.

Within about five hours, tickets for the highly-anticipated showing of “Hamilton” in Denver sold out on Monday.

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People lined up overnight in sub-freezing temperatures to get tickets early Monday morning.

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“I’m 73 years old, I have three joint replacements and I will do this for my granddaughter,” said Joan Kilcoyne.

But when she got to the ticket counter, the cashier said they were all sold out.

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Emotional and determined, she asked the cashier to check one more time, “And she did… and I got the last two tickets! I was so excited!”

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Some people starting lining up more than 12 hours before tickets went on sale.

“The people at the back of the line are stressed. I’d rather be tired a little cold and know I’m getting tickets than stressed being back there,” said one ticket buyer.

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The critically-acclaimed Broadway musical is coming to the Buell Theater Feb. 27 through April 1.

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Fans spent the day calling the box office or waiting online to buy their tickets at DenverCenter.org.

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There will be a lottery for 40, $10 orchestra seats for all performances. There will also be a certain number of seats premium seats available for $545 at all performances.

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