How to Buy NYC Tickets & Show Times & Dates

Fans of Attack on Titan will be happy to learn that the theater adaptation of the shonen series by Hajime Isayama is coming to New York City. In light of its recent announcement, here is a guide on the show times, dates, and how to buy tickets for the Attack on Titan musical in NYC.

How to buy Attack on Titan musical tickets

Attack on Titan: The Musical tickets are available to purchase on the New York City Center website. The Crunchyroll presale is now open, running from May 29, 2024, to June 2, 2024. You can use their presale code, CRUNCHYROLLNY24, to get your tickets early.

Meanwhile, the general sale will open on June 3, 2024 at 12 noon. The online waiting room will open at 11:30 a.m. for those buying through the general sale.

The show features a Japanese cast, so the performance will be in Japanese, with English supertitles.

Attack on Titan musical show times and dates in NYC

The Attack on Titan musical will only run for four shows at the New York City Center, taking place during a weekend, from October 11 to 13, 2024. Here are the following show times:

  • October 11 (Friday) – 7:30 p.m.
  • October 12 (Saturday) – 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
  • October 13 (Sunday) – 2 p.m.

The ticket prices start at $65. The available levels are orchestra, grand tier, mezzanine, and balcony. Here is the price range:

  • Orchestra – ranging from $115 to $155
  • Grand Tier/Mezzanine – ranging from $65 to $195
  • Balcony – no longer available

New York City Center describes the show as:

“ATTACK on TITAN: The Musical is based on one of the best-selling manga series of all time (140 million copies sold worldwide). This adaptation of the Japanese comic/graphic novel by Hajime Isayama combines traditional musical theater techniques with state-of-the-art technology and features a cast of 35 actors.

This production will be performed in Japanese with supertitles in English. Directed by Go Ueki, ATTACK on TITAN: The Musical premiered in Osaka and Tokyo to great success in January 2023. This City Center engagement marks not only the American and New York premiere, but also the first production outside Japan.”

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