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Your 2018 Summer Broadway Spotify Playlist

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|by Amy Sapp |


Crank up the show tunes while relaxing this summer

Whether you’re embarking on a cross-country road trip or laying out on a remote island to catch some rays this summer, it’s imperative that you have a stellar playlist on-hand.

For ShowTickets, nothing says summer vacation quite like a Broadway show tune. From newly Tony-nominated musicals to beloved New York classics, our 2018 summer Spotify playlist features a taste of it all. Tune in and prepare to indulge in some of the best songs Broadway has to offer.

Put some razzle dazzle in your summer music mix (Photo: Paulo Silva/Unsplash)

Put some razzle dazzle in your summer music mix (Photo: Paulo Silva/Unsplash)

“I’d Rather Be Me,” Mean Girls



“Hero is My Middle Name,” SpongeBob Squarepants, The Broadway Musical



“Welcome to Nowhere,” The Band’s Visit



“Monster,” Frozen The Broadway Musical



“Wouldn’t It Be Loverly,” My Fair Lady



“Mama Will Provide,” Once On This Island



“June Is Bustin’ Out All Over,” Carousel



“Hot Stuff,” Summer: The Donna Summer Musical



“Fins,” Escape to Margaritaville



“One Short Day,” Wicked



“Step One,” Kinky Boots



“Welcome to the Rock,” Come From Away



“What’d I Miss,” Hamilton



“For Forever,” Dear Evan Hansen



“Put On Your Sunday Clothes,” Hello, Dolly!


 

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