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How To Get Tickets To 'Conan'

November 9, 2010 at 2:00 PM | by | ()

Conan O'Brien may have been banished to cable, but his fans don't seem to care. Tickets for Conan's new show, the aptly titled Conan on TBS, have already been snatched up through the end of the year.

All requests for tickets must be made via the calendar at Team CoCo.com/Tickets. To requests tickets, all you have to do is click on the desired date (choose wisely though because you can only request one) and fill out a short form. The next available date for tickets is January 10, but they have not been released yet.

Tickets are distributed by a lottery system, so even if you have requested tickets on a specific date, that doesn't mean you are guaranteed tickets. If you are lucky enough to get tickets to Conan, you will receive an email from the show and a follow up phone call to confirm you will be attending that specific taping. They don't want anyone to flake.

Conan tapes at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, California. If you are in L.A. and weren't able to get tickets in advance through the lottery system, you can try your luck at a limited number of standby tickets that are made available each day Conan is taping. Again, there is no guarantee you will get tickets, but it is worth a shot. For standby tickets, arrive at the Audience Queue Area at Warner Brothers, 6564 Forest Lawn Dr., Los Angeles, by 10 am on the morning of the taping. Tickets will be distributed and you will be given a time to return to see if you've scored a seat in the audience.

Check out TeamCoco.com/Tickets daily to see when new dates open up or you can follow Conan on Twitter.

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