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The 2016 Grammys Just Gave You A Free Ticket To See 'Hamilton'

Or at least a part of it.

"Hamilton" is the one Broadway show people would perform crazy feats to attend. Twice now, I've stood in the cold rain, waiting to hear my name called as a winner of the ticket lottery to no avail. The show has captured the national spotlight, mainly because it tells a story about America's Founding Fathers via hip-hop music and an almost universally nonwhite cast. And as a result, tickets are pretty hard to come by.

But to get a glimpse of the musical, you might not even need a ticket after all. You just have to watch the 2016 Grammys on Feb. 15, when a live performance from "Hamilton" is set to air during the show, broadcast live from "Hamilton"'s Broadway home, the Richard Rodgers Theater in New York.

Creator/star Lin-Manuel Miranda tweeted out the good news on Wednesday morning (Feb. 3).

"Hamilton" is up for Best Musical Theater Album at the Grammys, which airs Feb. 15 at 8 p.m. ET on CBS. Adele, Kendrick Lamar and Justin Bieber are also performing, and Lady Gaga is doing a tribute to David Bowie. So, yeah. It's pretty much Christmas in February.