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Tickets On Sale For Nerdist Podcast Live In San Diego During Comic-Con

If you’re planning to be at the San Diego Comic-Con this year, or even if you’re not going to the show but you can get to America’s Finest City (hey, that’s what they call themselves) on Saturday, July 23rd, tickets for the Nerdist Podcast Live at 4th and B are on sale now.

Click here to buy tickets. You know it’ll be a great time and you’re going to want to be there. So get ’em early.  (Be advised: It’s a 21 and over venue)

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  1. Kamal O.K. Scott says:

    I got my a few weeks ago but if you can, buy them from the box office. Tickets are only $25 if you pay with Cash and $27 with a credit card.

  2. AnaB says:

    @Charles S, thanks for the heads up! I contacted them and they told me they DO accept passports as a valid ID.

    So yaaaay! I can go!!! =)

  3. Charles S says:

    Argh! I wish could edit my post. I meant to say their, not there. Thats what I get for posting before breakfast.

  4. Charles S says:

    @AnaB, I would call to check and then call again. My friend is from Canada and before she got her ID, she would use her passport and often ran into problems with bartenders and bar managers.

    4th and B is a good size venue, but the security can be a bit overzealous. If you look at the calendar of shows you will see they usually have performers with rowdier crowds. I was there last year for W00tStock and they were doing pat downs and confiscating pocket knives and things. Wil Wheaton made a joke about how many nerds lost there Sonic Screwdrivers.

  5. JohnD says:

    Perhaps the wrong place for this comment, but after the last hostful episode, I just needed a place to drop in and offer my unsolicited support for Regular Show. A lot of episodes are on youtube. Might I recommend “Just Set Up the Chairs,” “Do Me A Solid,” or “This is My Jam.”

  6. While I would imagine that a passport is a fairly universally recognized ID, I’d call the venue to make sure. Can’t imagine why they wouldn’t accept it.

  7. AnaB says:

    Ok so, stupid quemment time (humor me for a sec, ok!)…
    I’m dying to go to this and I’m over 21, but I’m foreign. Can I get in with my passport???

  8. Alice says:

    You guys realize, dontcha, that if you came and did a Nerdist podcast at Dragon*Con, it’d be crazy, right?

  9. Palmer says:

    NOOOOOOOO. I’m only 20 and Comic-Con is a freaking week before my 21st!

  10. Benjamin says:

    I’m with Oscar on this… If only it was in Canada where the drinking age is 19!

  11. The show is now on the official calendar:

    The box office at the club is open 10 am-5 pm PT weekdays, and the number is 619-231-4343; I think they sell tickets over the phone and at the box office, and I imagine the tickets will be available that way as well, but I don’t know for sure, and I don’t know how the fees play into it.

  12. Brian says:

    just out of curiosity, the show isnt on the official 4th&B site, will tickets be available directly from the 4th&B box office?

  13. Yes, I should note that it’s 21-and-over, which I’ll add above. Sorry.

  14. Oscar says:

    I was so excited for this. I’ll be at Comic-Con and live in San Diego, but i’m 20 years old.