How to get tickets to general conference october 2015

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There are a few ways to secure general conference tickets, but you need to plan well in advance. If you live in the U.S. or Canada, go to your local stake leaders to ask about tickets. Most stakes are given an allotment of tickets to distribute.

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How do I get tickets for General Conference International?

If you live outside of the U.S. or Canada, you must ask your local stake leaders to submit a General Conference International Ticketing Request from to the Conference Center Ticket Office two months prior to the event. If neither of these things work out, there is standby seating available to those who arrive at the conference center early.

Are tickets available at the conference center ticket office?

Tickets are no longer distributed at the Conference Center Ticket Office. General conferences are the semiannual worldwide gatherings of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Church members gather to receive guidance and encouragement from Church leaders about living the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Who is invited to attend General Conference?

All members of the Church are invited to participate in the 185th Annual General Conference of the Church. Messages of inspiration and guidance will be delivered by the First Presidency, members of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, and other General Authorities and general officers of the Church in six sessions:

What is a standby ticket for General Conference?

A ticket for a session of general conference ensures the ticket holder a seat in the Conference Center until 30 minutes before that session begins. After that time, seats may be made available to those waiting in the standby line. Doors open 90 minutes before the beginning of each session.

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How long does it take to get a ticket to the conference center?

A ticket for a session of general conference ensures the ticket holder a seat in the Conference Center until 30 minutes before that session begins. After that time, seats may be made available to those waiting in the standby line. Doors open 90 minutes before the beginning of each session. Children under the age of eight years, including infants and babies, will not be admitted.


What is a general conference?

General conferences are the semiannual worldwide gatherings of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Church members gather to receive guidance and encouragement from Church leaders about living the gospel of Jesus Christ. As such, tickets are distributed to members of the Church through their stake or district leaders.


Where is the standby line at Temple Square?

A standby line for those without tickets begins at the Temple Square north gate and is formed on a first-come, first-served basis. Those seeking standby admittance are asked not to hold places in line for others. Admittance into the Conference Center cannot be assured.


What does general admission mean?

General Admission can mean a few different things depending on the event you’re going to. For a concert, it can mean the standing area (the pit) in front of the stage. For a sports event, it may mean the basic seating area around the stadium. A nightclub may only sell general admission for their entire seating area.


What is the other ticket tier?

Usually, the other ticket tiers refer to the seating up above or at particular angles to view the action on-stage. These are always more expensive, but you may get more benefits like particular food and drink options, increased security, opportunities to meet the band, and more.


Do concerts have GA?

A concert usually has more General Admission tickets than any other kind. As mentioned beforehand, these “seats” are often way up in the front and are sold on a first-come, first-serve basis. Those who get GA and who show up early will be the absolute closest to the stage.


Do you get a seat number when standing?

These vary from seats to the general standing area, depending on the venue, but you can usually expect to be standing. Sometimes you’ll get a seat number/area assigned to you, but it never really means anything – it’s just for the venue to keep track of tickets.

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