ONN – San Diego Comic Con 2019 Tips To Get Into Hall H
As this is Zennie62Media’s ninth trip to San Diego for Comic Con, and this is San Diego Comic Con 2019, I am often asked questions regarding how to get into things. In this case, Hall H.
Hall H is the 6,600-plus-seat room in the San Diego Convention Center that features the big-budget movies and television shows. Gal Gadot made her appearance to talk about her titular role as Wonder Woman. Robert Pattinson once ruled as Edward in The Twilight Saga. Will Smith lifted Suicide Squad. And the entire cast of MARVEL’s Avengers: Endgame and all of the MARVEL Universe assembled here, at once.
Hall H is legendary. So, as one viewer asked, how do you get in there? The answer is simple: stand in line, early.
First, make totally sure you get a Toucan Tracker Wristband for Hall H. You get one at the “Hall H Next Day Line”. Just look for the Green Flag at the side of San Diego Convention Center next to the Ferry Landing
Second, there are veterans who get to San Diego Comic Con and get in line that Wednesday before the shows start on Thursday. Yep, a full day.
But be strategic. Pick what you want to see and mark it’s time.
Then, once there, you just might make friends who let you sit with them near the front of the line. But for Godssakes don’t cut in line!
Finally make sure you bring a lot of water with you. It’s going to be hot and crowded. Carry as little as necessary.
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