Hamilton is coming to Louisville, Kentucky this summer, so fans went into a frenzy as 40,000 people attempted to get tickets to see the show at The Kentucky Center.

Single tickets went on sale yesterday for shows from June 4 through 23 at 10 a.m. There were already 20,000 people waiting to get tickets in a virtual waiting room, causing the site to crash. Various fans expressed the process on Twitter:

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The venue tweeted that the number of open web browsers led to some technical difficulties, which paused the virtual queue for a short period of time. However, the issue was revolved around 11:30. A limited amount of tickets were also available in-person, but the venue hit its capacity for box office sales, selling-out by noon.

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Similar issues arose earlier this year when fans tried to get tickets for Detroit’s Fisher Theatre; many fans who had an access code were kicked-out of the queue or were never directed to a screen to purchase tickets. Additionally, fans faced trouble purchasing tickets to the show at Orlando’s Phillips Theatre last year wen 35,000 people crashed the site.

The show won a Grammy award in 2016 for Best Musical Theatre Album, a Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and a Billboard award for Top Soundtrack/Album. The ongoing ticket troubles only mean one thing – Hamilton remains a hot commodity, and continues to be “the show” to see.

Tickets to see Hamilton are still available via Ticket Club.