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Getting tickets to American Ninja Warrior: 4 Do’s and 1 Don’t

How to get tickets to see Season 10 in person.

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The announcement of American Ninja Warrior’s 2018 taping dates and locations means the hunt is on for tickets to be in the live audience!

We get LOTS of questions on this subject. Here’s a quick breakdown on some of the big topics.

DO: Go to On Camera Audiences.Com

On-Camera-Audiences.Com is responsible for the task of handling the live audience. You can message American Ninja Warrior’s social media. You can message American Ninja Warrior Nation’s social media. But we can’t help you! You’ve got to the site and sign up. They’re the ones who’ll be able to get you in and give you all the info you need.

DO: Get on the Waitlist

Tickets are generally not released until closer to the date of the event. They are free, but they’re first come, first served. Sign up NOW to make sure you get the dates you want.

DON’T: Worry if you don’t hear anything for awhile

Just like tickets aren’t released until closer to the event, you won’t see a confirmation for a little while either. But don’t let that stress you out. If you signed up early, there is an excellent chance you’re getting in.

DO: Let them know if you or someone you’re with needs special seating

We’re not going to sugarcoat it, the seating is pretty bare bones. It’s your basic bleacher style seating with stairs. If you or someone you’re attending with will need different arrangements, give On Camera Audiences a call once you know you have tickets and chat with them. They’ll help make the proper arrangements.

Do: Read the guidelines

If you’re in the audience, that means you might show up on camera! That’s super cool and exciting, but it does mean there are some guidelines you need to adhere to and be prepared for.

For example, don’t expect to have your seat saved if you want to head out to the parking lot for a smoke. They need to keep the audience looking full and energetic at all times. Also, don’t wear clearly branded clothing. Logos are one of those things the producers will be keeping an eye out for.

But really, the main thing is just to relax and have fun! You can find more information on what to expect at the taping with the articles below.