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  • On Oct 28, 2014
    Karen from NC Asked

    Wondering how FastPass+ works for shows. Is it special seating or just a priority line? How much before the show do you have to arrive for FastPass versus regular line. Thanks!

    Hi Karen,

    I assume that you're talking about using a FastPass+ for shows like the Indiana Jones Stunt Spectacular or Beauty and the Beast Live. 

    There is no special FP+ seating area for these types of shows. There's just a FP+ line which allows you to arrive just prior to show time and be assured that you will have a seat. If you arrive at the very last minute with a FP+, you'll be able to see the show, but you may end up sitting in the back row. If you want an up front seat, you'll have to arrive early whether you have a FastPass+ or not. 

    Most shows have a large capacity which makes having a FP+ unnecessary except during the most crowded times of the year. Personally, I'd use more of my FP+ allotment for rides rather than shows. 

    Please let us know if you have additional questions. We're happy to help. 
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