Starting in the fall of 2020, the thrilling and brilliant musical sensation Hadestown will embark on a National Tour. Perhaps it will extend beyond the United States and into Canada, London, and other areas. We anticipate that this tour, like the nonstop sellouts on Broadway, will be extremely popular and well received.

You can always find Hadestown tickets here and check out the latest fan reactions to Hadestown and follow along with the Hadestown “Wait For Me” Challenge. You can also check out the music and Hadestown Original Broadway Cast Recording as well. The album is absolutely fantastic and there are so many wonderful songs on it.

Hadestown was already in London, and during that time it did exceptionally well and received very strong reviews in front of sellout audiences. It is very possible that Hadestown returns to London and the UK at some point. We have seen this before with many Broadway Shows, and Dear Evan Hansen is a very recent example of this taking place. Either way, the show will remain at the Walter Kerr for a very long time.

In the meantime we are laying out the likely locations and venues and theatres where Hadestown could appear in the not too distant future.

Boston – Citizens Bank Opera House

Denver – Buell Theatre

Denver – Ellie Caulkins Opera House

Philadelphia – Academy of Music

Washington DC – Kennedy Center Eisenhower Theatre

Chicago – CIBC Theatre

Chicago – Cadillac Palace

San Francisco – Golden Gate Theatre

San Francisco – Curran Theatre

Los Angeles – Hollywood Pantages Theatre

Los Angeles – Ahmanson Theatre

Dallas – Winspear Opera House

Dallas – Music Hall at Fair Park

Houston – Hobby Center

Minneapolis – Orpheum Theatre

Tempe – Gammage Auditorium

New Orleans – Saenger Theatre

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It is just a mater of time before the gorgeous piece of art Hadestown makes its way to a city near you and perhaps across the entire globe. when something hits an audience with immense impact – like a Dear Evan Hansen or Jagged Little Pill or Hamilton – it is assuredly heading out on lengthy tours across the country that could go on for very long periods of time. Check here for updates to stay current on where the show is headed in the coming months.

Some cities have more than one main venue for performing arts and theatre. An example is Los Angeles. LA has the Hollywood Pantages and Ahmanson Theatre which is in downtown LA. They also are rolling out the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood for Broadway performances. Hadestown would most likely arrive at the Pantages, but it could go to Ahmanson as well.

In Boston the highly likely landing spot is the Boston Opera House. The Citi Emerson Colonial Theatre is possible.

Dallas has two venues that seem to be a good fit, and Hadestown has selected one of them already. In May of 2021, Hadestown will be heading to the Winspear Opera House in Dallas, TX.

San Francisco has the Orpheum Theatre, Curran Theatre, and Golden Gate Theatre – all of which host Broadway productions. The Orpheum Theatre SF currently is host to Hamilton, which could be there for a very long time. The Curran Theatre tends to attract long stays like Dear Evan Hansen and Harry Potter. Odds are Hadestown lands at either the Curran or Golden Gate Theatre SF.

Denver has the Ellie Caulkins Opera House and the Buell Theatre. Hadestown could certainly land in either one. Florida has several options for a landing spot for Hadestown, and it will make its way to all of them eventually. In Miami you have the Ziff Opera House. Tampa has The Straz Center and Fort Lauderdale has the Broward Center.