“Hamilton” fans can now pay for the chance to see Lin-Manuel Miranda‘s hit musical with presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
A fundraising performance of the popular Broadway show has been scheduled for July 12, with tickets ranging from $2,700 for general seating to a whopping $100,000 for and “event chair” sponsorship. Donors willing to pay a little more can attend a photo reception with the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee for $10,000 or a wrap party with Clinton and other guests for $33,400.
The Clinton campaign is also holding a raffle for the chance to attend the show. The winner’s hotel and travel will be paid by the campaign, and each entry costs $1.
“The best moments of our nation’s history teach us that anyone can smash every expectation we have for them and shape the course of our collective history,” the campaign wrote in a fundraising email to supporters. “In 2016, that lesson feels more pointed than ever, so it’s no wonder this remarkable piece of theater has captured the imaginations of people all over America.”
With Miranda set to exit the production on July 9, ticket prices for “Hamilton” have skyrocketed. Secondary market prices for Miranda’s final show have shot up to nearly $10,000 apiece.
Miranda will not be performing in the fundraiser, since it will be held after his final curtain call. “Hamilton” won 11 Tony Awards earlier this month, one shy of a record set by Mel Brooks‘ “The Producers.”