America's Got Talent Finale VIP Tickets for Two
Don't miss your chance to watch the America's Got Talent Finale live from VIP seats on September 18th, 2019 with a friend! Extremely limited VIP seats come with a great view AND you will skip the line with access to VIP Check-In!
NBC's summer sensation "America's Got Talent" wraps up its 13th season on September 18th at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, CA! Creator and Executive Producer Simon Cowell returns to the judges' panel along with Howie Mandel. Also joining the panel this year are two fresh faces - award-winning actress, author and producer Gabrielle Union and Emmy Award-winning choreographer, actress, singer and dancer Julianne Hough. Terry Crews, who made a big splash as the host of the inaugural series "America's Got Talent: The Champions" earlier this year, joins as host for "America's Got Talent."
Terms & Conditions:
Arrival time: 2:45 pm
Pre-taping: 4:00 pm
Show start: 5:00 pm
- Minors under 18 should be accompanied by an adult and have proof of age, all guest must be over 10 years old to attend
- Retail value for VIP tickets is $1000/ticket
- Dress code is nice-casual; Dressy jeans are permitted. Please do not wear anything with logos, white, sunglasses or hats. We reserve the right to deny entry to anyone dressed inappropriately
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