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Universal Studios Offers Exclusive Guaranteed Seating For 'Tonight Show'

Universal Studios Hollywood will offer exclusive access to guaranteed seating to “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno” through a distribution of Priority Seating Passes to theme park guests.

The tickets, available in limited quantities on a first-come first-served basis are distributed free at Universal Studios Hollywood in the Silver Screen Store, located adjacent to the world-famous “Studio Tour” attraction.

Other than at the “Tonight Show” box office, where general seating tickets are available, Universal Studios Hollywood is the only location where tickets may be obtained to the number one rated late night talk show.

Tickets are available each Friday for selected shows taping the following week.

Same-day reserved seating tickets will not be available and there is a maximum of six priority tickets to be distributed per group.

All tickets are subject to availability and guests must be 16 years or older to attend.

“The Tonight Show” tapes weekdays, Monday through Friday at 4:30pm. Guests with the Priority Seating Pass must arrive no later than 3:30pm to “The Tonight Show” (NBC Studios, 3000 West Alameda Avenue, Burbank, CA).

Universal Studios Hollywood offers print-at-home ticketing, available exclusively at http://www.UniversalStudiosHollywood.com, designed to maximize guest convenience with immediately redeemable tickets that enable guests to print tickets at home, bypass the theme park ticket booths and proceed directly to the park’s entrance upon arrival.

Universal CityWalk is a unique dining and shopping promenade adjacent to Universal Studios Hollywood featuring 65 entertainment-themed restaurants, clubs, shops and movie theaters.

 
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