Here are four Broadway shows music enthusiasts won’t want to miss out on seeing this year:

A journey through the life and art of Neil Diamond, A Beautiful Noise is a musical celebration that showcases Diamond’s impressive range of songs. Featuring hits like “Sweet Caroline” and “America,” A Beautiful Noise is a must-see for any long-lasting fan of the beloved star. Brought to life with energetic choreography and a delicately composed score, audiences are transported back to the very beginning and watch his career unfold.

The first Broadway show to feature a score of almost entirely R&B, Hamilton is an iconic piece of musical theatre that has captivated the hearts of historians, Broadway fanatics, rap connoisseurs, and everyone in between. This refreshingly modern perspective of the American Revolution has become a true cultural phenomenon and has made it more accessible to a variety of audiences. One of the most popular shows since it debuted in 2015, there is no time to waste to finally be in “the room where it happens.”

The King of Pop has also found his place on Broadway in MJ. This electrifying musical based on the life of Michael Jackson follows Jackson’s journey from his early days as a child prodigy to when he took the throne as the King of Pop. Woven together with his signature choreography and beloved hits, the spellbinding show is an homage to Jackson’s distinctive, unforgettable, and iconic style, keeping his legacy alive and audience members on their feet at curtain call.

The Broadway adaptation of the 2001 hit film Moulin Rouge! is a stunning visual spectacle driven by the biggest pop hits of the century. Those familiar with the Luhrmann film will be transported by the atmosphere that captures the movie’s spirit and brings it to life on stage. Melodies pulled from Christina Aguilera’s “Lady Marmalade” to Sia’s “Chandelier” invite guests to go on this journey of young love and artistic hardship, making their hearts sing and dance.

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