Hit musical Rock Of Ages is set to end its run on Broadway after six years in the spotlight.

The Tony-nominated show, which currently features former American Idol contestant Constantine Maroulis and Ariana Grande's brother Frankie J., will shut down in New York on 18 January (14).

Producer Jonathan Linden says, "As a team we've experienced the greatest - and in many ways, unexpected - joys of having a hit show and being a part of the Broadway community.

"From performing at the Tony Awards, to the Super Bowl, and Times Square on New Year's Eve, this has been the ride of a lifetime for the entire Rock of Ages family and I am so proud of what we've all accomplished."

The show debuted at the the Brooks Atkinson Theatre in April, 2009 following runs off-Broadway and in Las Vegas and Los Angeles.

It's still a hit touring production.