In The Heights

The must-see musical this summer
  • Concert Hall, Sydney Opera House
    Sydney • 16 Jan - 20 Jan
    SUMMER SEASON
    Broadway smash-hit!
    $109.00 - $139.00*
    Fiesta VIP Package & Premium
    Buy Now
    via Sydney Opera House
  • Concert Hall, Sydney Opera House
    Sydney • 16 Jan - 20 Jan
    SUMMER SEASON
    Broadway smash-hit!
    $109.00 - $139.00*
    Fiesta VIP Package & Premium
    Buy Now
    via Sydney Opera House

*Additional fees including Booking, Credit Card & Handling charges may be levied at purchase. Tickets are subject to availability which must be confirmed with the ticket retailer.

About the event

The Tony Award® winning Broadway sensation In The Heights is here! From America’s hottest new musical mastermind, Lin-Manuel Miranda (Hamilton, Moana) comes the quadruple Tony Award® winning, salsa-fuelled musical about a vibrant community in Washington Heights (NYC).

Washington Heights, a close-knit neighbourhood in Manhattan, where the heat is stifling and the A-train is the only way out. Trapped running a debt-ridden bodega, Usnavi longs for a simpler life in the Dominican Republic. Alongside him, a community as vibrant as the city itself yearns for change. A winning lottery ticket is sold, but to whom? Is it the family who long to send their daughter to an ivy league school; or the woman desperately trying to find a home?

Following a sold out, critically acclaimed season at Hayes Theatre Co in 2018, this salsa-fuelled contemporary musical returns to Sydney for a strictly limited season this summer. Get ready to be on your feet, as the intoxicating salsa vibes from the live Latino-band will have you dancing all night long.

"★★★★ Exceptional in so many ways"

THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

"A wildly contemporary musical for our times"

DAILY REVIEW

"Wonderfully alive… truly joyous"

DAILY REVIEW

"In the Heights pulsates to a joyful new beat"

THE NEW YORK SUN

"★★★★ A completely compelling production that dazzles"

ARTSHUB

"★★★★ An infectious, salsa-fuelled score"

DAILY REVIEW