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How To Join In The Fantastic Fest Fun Without A Badge
September 21, 2017 | Meredith Borders

How To Join In The Fantastic Fest Fun Without A Badge

With Facebook Live and tickets to screenings that haven't been filled up by badgeholders! 

If you don't have a badge to Fantastic Fest 2017 and still want to get in on the chaos, we have two options for you! 

FIRST: if you live in or near Austin, we will announce tickets available to certain screenings every day of the fest. Here's the scoop:

Every day - Thursday, September 21 through Thursday, September 28 - we'll be posing a list below of the screenings that aren't filled up by badgeholders. If any of these titles ring your bell, you can head to the box office at South Lamar to purchase a ticket to that film.

Individual tickets will be available for purchase on site only at the Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar 10 minutes prior to the showtime of the film. Not all shows will have tickets available. Based on our known capacity, we will list above all the shows that have potential for individual sales. This information will be available no later than 6am daily for the same day's shows. If you do not see a title listed that means it is already sold out with badgeholders.

So keep your schedule flexible and your eyes open. We have so many incredible films, many of which you may never have the opportunity to see anywhere else, and we want everyone to get the chance to watch them!

You'll check THIS LINK every day to see what's available. Unfortunately, in all the Day One excitement, there aren't any available for today, but screenings will definitely start to open up later in the week.

SECOND: Even if you live nowhere near Fantastic Fest HQ, you can join in with our Facebook Live videos every day! Tonight we'll be streaming the intros and Q&As for THOROUGHBREDS and 3FT BALL & SOULS, as well as all sorts of fun from our opening night pajama party! So make sure you're following us on Facebook to be a part of Fantastic Fest from the comfort of your own home.


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