William Shatner Panel Frequently Asked Questions
When and where is William Shatner’s Panel?
William Shatner’s Panel will begin at 12:15pm at the Vivint Smart Home Arena. Address is 301 S Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84101. The arena is just West of the Salt Palace Convention Center.
What is required to attend the William Shatner Panel at Vivint Smart Home Arena?
You are required to have a valid Salt Lake Comic Con 2016 wristband. This includes: Thursday only pass, Multipass, Gold Pass, or VIP Pass. Ages 2 and above are required to have a wristband.
I don’t have a wristband, what should I do?
We suggest you attend Pre-registration on Wednesday, August 31 at the Salt Palace Convention Center to pick up your wristband before Thursday. Registration will open on Thursday, September 1 at 8:00am. Learn more about Pre-Registration and Registration.
Do I need to line up early to attend the Panel?
Doors to the Vivint Smart Home Arena will open for everyone at 9:00am. You are welcome to come as early as you want to grab a seat.
How will I get to/from Vivint Smart Home Arena?
Luckily, the Salt Palace Convention Center is just East of the Vivint Smart Home Arena. See our Public Transit and Parking page for more info about parking or riding public transit to Downtown Salt Lake City. After both Panels, we will have Salt Lake Police Department safely guiding the crowd from the Vivint Arena to the Salt Palace.
What if I am disabled and require ADA assistance?
The Vivint Smart Home Arena will be providing all onsite assistance. There will be multiple ADA seating sections, and you will be sat depending on the type of assistance you require. You will need to speak with the Volunteers on site when you enter the building.
Will there be VIP Seating sections for William Shatner’s Panel?
There will not be designated VIP seating. Once Mark Hamill’s Panel has ended, you are able to sit in the section of your choice.
Can I sit in the Mark Hamill Panel Super Fan Package section for the William Shatner Panel?
Yes! Once Mark Hamill’s Panel has ended, you are able to move sections.
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