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TOUCAN TIP OF THE DAY!  #14: Exclusive Ticketed Panels at the Horton Grand Theatre!

On Thursday through Saturday, the Horton Grand Theatre will host a selection of special panel presentations in a small, intimate atmosphere-an exciting experience for fans, but as a result getting in can be in high demand! Each panel in the Horton Grand Theatre will be ticketed, with limited seating available.

Entry to each Horton panel requires a Comic-Con badge and a ticket. There is no extra charge for these tickets, but in order to get one, you will need to go to the Sails Pavilion in the Autograph Area for the 9:00AM drawing. There will be drawings on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday mornings (drawings each day will only include tickets for that day’s panels). Each winner will receive entry for two. Please note: there is limited disabled seating in the Horton Grand Theatre

Any leftover tickets and standby tickets will be available at the Horton Grand box office. If you miss the 9:00AM drawing, check the ticket sign in the Autograph Area. It will let you know how many tickets and standby tickets are still available at the Horton.

The Theatre is located at 444 4th Avenue, just a short two-block walk from the Convention Center. It's also on the shuttle route. Please be in the Horton Grand Theatre no later than 15 minutes prior to the panel start time or you will forfeit your seat to standby ticket-holders.

Here’s a look at the preliminary schedule of panels featured at the Horton Grand. The complete Comic-Con 2017 schedule will debut on this website starting on Thursday, July 6.

Thursday, July 20
- 12:00: Embracing the Romantic!
- 1:30: Sixty Seconds with SFF Authors
- 3:00: It’s a Funny Story . . . Writing Humor
- 4:30: Because You Love to Hate Me
- 6:00: Superhero Family Feud
- 10:00: TBA


Friday, July 21
- 12:00: I Know That Voice: The Series
- 1:30: The Female Voices of Film Twitter
- 3:00: Building the Studio of Tomorrow
- 4:30: World Creators: Crossing Platforms (Film, TV, VR, AR, Gaming, and Comics)
- 7:00: Princess Mononoke Screening


Saturday, July 22
- 12:00: Rising Stars in Tech: Drivers of Innovation and Entertainment
- 1:30: Do You Have What It Takes To Be a Star?
- 3:00: Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return
- 4:30: From Acclaimed Graphic Novel to Daring New Film: My Friend Dahmer
- 6:00: Qualcomm: Power Rangers VR
- 8:00: Channel Zero: No End House Screening
- 9:30: Blood Drive Screening