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FESTIVAL 101

Whether you’ve joined us in past years or if this is your first time, the following information will help you make the most of your 2022 Festival experience.

TCM is committed to the health and safety of our attendees and staff. For complete information on safety protocols, please visit the Health & Safety page on the Festival website, the Health & Safety section of the Festival App, or one of the Covid Compliance stations at the main Festival venues.

The following will be required to attend the TCM Classic Film Festival:

  • Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination. This is defined as 1 shot of Johnson & Johnson or 2 shots of either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccinations. If you have received an alternative vaccination (outside the United States), then you must have completed the main sequence. Your most recent dose must be dated at least 14 days prior to attendance at the Festival. However, a booster shot is not required to be considered fully vaccinated.
  • Proof of full vaccination will be matched with your government-issued photo ID and can be shown via physical vaccination card, a photo of your card (both sides), documentation of vaccination from a licensed health care professional or a personal digital COVID-19 vaccine record issued by a state, local or foreign government, or a private company. Your last vaccine must be dated at least 14 days prior to attendance at the Festival.
  • We strongly recommend that all attendees receive booster shots, if eligible.
  • A single Festival wristband that is issued after the presentation of proof of vaccination at one of the COVID Compliance Stations located at the main Festival venues. This wristband must be worn at all times while attending the Festival. One wristband will be issued for the entire weekend. If your wristband is damaged or lost, you must obtain a new wristband before attending any Festival event. Please see the Wristbands section below for more details.
  • Masks are mandatory at all indoor events when not eating or drinking in your seat. We encourage attendees to wear medical grade or KN95/N95 masks. Masks must be worn properly over both the nose and mouth.

WRISTBANDS

Every attendee (including those seeking individual event tickets) must confirm their vaccination status and be issued a wristband at a COVID Compliance Station before attending any Festival event. These wristbands verify attendees have been cleared for entry for Festival events for the duration of Festival. Attendees will not be allowed entry to any Festival event, even if they have the proper pass/credentials, unless they are wearing the designated wristband. Guests must present a government-issued photo ID, their Festival pass (if applicable), and proof of vaccination (physical vaccination card, a photograph of their physical vaccination card or digital vaccination records such as the State of California Digital COVID-19 Vaccine Record service, or CLEAR Health Pass). In the event that the wristband is damaged or removed, another wristband can be obtained by providing your proof of vaccination at a Covid Compliance Station. Attendees should not share or attempt to reuse any wristband that has not been issued to them directly by authorized Festival personnel.

COVID Compliance Stations will be located at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, the TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX, the TCL Chinese 6 Theatres Multiplex and the Hollywood Legion at Post 43 prior to entry of any Festival event.

COVID COMPLIANCE STATION HOURS

The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel

Wednesday, 9:00am-8:30pm
Thursday, 9:00am-8:30pm
Friday, 7:00am-8:30pm
Saturday, 7:00am-8:30pm
Sunday, 7:00am-3:00pm

TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX, TCL Chinese 6 Multiplex, Hollywood Legion Theater at Post 43
COVID Compliance Stations will open at all venues one hour ahead of the first screening of each day and close 30 minutes after the beginning of each location’s final screening daily throughout the Festival.

We ask for early arrival to allow proper time for all patrons to check-in and enter before showtime. Please plan accordingly as event start times will not be delayed to accommodate latecomers.

MASK POLICY

Masks must be worn indoors at all times unless actively eating and drinking. If you are attending an outdoor screening or event, masks are recommended, but not required. However, we ask that you still be mindful of your fellow attendees and practice appropriate social distancing when not wearing a mask when possible. We encourage attendees to wear medical grade or K95/N95 masks.

Festival Will Call opens at 9:00am on Wednesday, April 20, at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. Official Festival events begin on Thursday, April 21, and continue through the evening of Sunday, April 24. For those traveling in, we recommend departing on or after Monday, April 25.

For Spotlight, Essential and Classic passholders: Festival programming will officially kick off at 1:00pm on Thursday, April 21, with Meet TCM, a panel discussion at Club TCM located in the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. There will also be a passholder Welcome Reception from 5:00pm to 7:00pm Poolside at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.

For Palace passholders, whose eligible screenings will begin at 9:00am on Friday, April 22, they are also welcome to purchase individual tickets for evening screenings (excluding the Opening Night Red Carpet Gala screening, Poolside screening, and Club TCM events) on Thursday, April 21, if they are available.

The last official Festival events for all passholders will occur the evening of Sunday, April 24.

The complete Festival schedule is available by clicking here.

Will Call for the 2022 Festival will be located in the main lobby of the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. Festival passes, programming guides, and gift bags (for Spotlight and Essential passholders) will be available for pickup at Will Call from Wednesday, April 20, to Thursday, April 21.

WILL CALL HOURS

Wednesday, 4/20, 9:00am-5:00pm
Thursday, 4/21, 9:00am-6:00pm

Passholders who arrive after 6:00pm Thursday, April 21, may pick up their passes at the Festival Information Desk, located in the main lobby of the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel during the hours below. 

FRIDAY-SUNDAY INFORMATION DESK HOURS

Friday, 4/22, 8:00am-8:00pm
Saturday, 4/23, 8:00am-8:00pm
Sunday, 4/24, 8:00am-6:00pm

Please note: Only one Festival program and one gift bag (for Spotlight or Essential passholders) per pass will be issued per passholder.

ARRIVING AT A SCREENING VENUE

When you arrive at a screening venue you should get a Queue Card for your desired screening/event. All screening venues utilize a system of paper Queue Cards to ensure fairness and uphold the first-come, first-served waiting line policy of the Festival. Queue Cards are distributed at each venue to better control entry and determine as quickly as possible when a show is expected to sell out. As a general rule, Festival staff begin distributing queue numbers one hour prior to showtime, and no earlier.

Once you have your Queue Card, look for signs directing you to the appropriate queue line, based on your pass level. Please refer to the back of your pass for information on what access your pass does and does not provide. Spotlight passholders receive priority entry, followed by all other levels of passholders. Lastly, individual ticket holders may be admitted to certain screenings if space allows.

Only one Queue Card will be issued per person present per event and the saving of places in line is prohibited. Once you get your Queue Card, your place in the entry order is secure. However, you must be present when your Queue Card number is called or you will forfeit your place in line. Please confirm with Festival staff when you should be back in line.  Please remember, Queue Cards are not tickets and do not guarantee entry.

TCM recommends all passholders arrive at a venue a minimum of 30 minutes before the start of their desired show. For films that may be particularly popular, or for those at smaller venues such as the TCL Chinese 6 Theatres Multiplex, you may want to arrive earlier. Queue Cards are not utilized for Club TCM events. Seating in Club TCM is first-come, first served.

Note: no Festival attendee will be admitted to any Festival event without a wristband, even if that attendee has a valid Festival pass or ticket.

Watch the video below about how the Queue Cards and Seating process works (excluding the Opening Night red carpet presentation of E.T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL (1982).

SEATING

Because it is possible that the number of passholders who want to attend a particular screening or event could exceed the number of seats available at any one venue, we cannot guarantee passholders a seat at every event. The only exception to this seating policy is the Opening Night screening of E.T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL (1982) at the TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX, which guarantees seating for Spotlight and Essential passholders.

Passholders who arrive at a venue at least 30 minutes prior to showtime stand an excellent chance of attending most of their desired events, particularly at larger venues like the TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX and the Hollywood Legion Theater at Post 43. Those who arrive at a venue fewer than 30 minutes before showtime may have more difficulty gaining entry, depending on seating capacity and pass level. If there is a specific program you consider a must-see—particularly at a smaller-capacity venue—you may want to arrive earlier.

Please note, we will be offering repeat screenings of several films on Sunday, April 24, with times listed as “TBA” in the programming schedule. Check the Festival app for TBA screening announcements during the Festival.

Note: no Festival attendee will be admitted to any Festival event without a wristband, even if that attendee has a valid Festival pass or individual ticket.

Watch the video below about how the Queue Cards and Seating process works (excluding the Opening Night red carpet presentation of E.T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL (1982).

SITTING-THROUGH POLICY

Festival attendees may not “sit through” consecutive shows. At the end of each event, attendees must clear the venue and re-enter with any queued audiences before the start of the next event.

LATE ENTRY

As a courtesy to all Festivalgoers and special guests, TCM strongly discourages late seating for screenings. The seating of passholders after an event has begun will be at the discretion of the venue manager.

Passholder entry to the Opening Night red carpet is located at the corner of Hollywood Blvd. and N. Orange Dr., near Madame Tussaud’s. Spotlight and Essential passholders must have both their pass and wristband in order to gain entry to the red carpet and screening. Masks are not required on the red carpet but must be worn inside the theatre.

The red carpet opens at 4:45pm, with the program beginning at 6:30pm. We ask that all attendees be seated by 6:15pm.

Spotlight and Essential passholders attending the official Opening Night red carpet screening who will be coming from the official Welcome Party at the Hollywood Roosevelt should exit the hotel on Hollywood Boulevard on Hollywood Boulevard, cross the street, and enter the red carpet near the Northeast corner of Hollywood Boulevard and N. Orange Avenue (near Madame Tussauds)

Spotlight and Essential passholders coming from the Hollywood & Highland parking deck should proceed to the second level of the complex and walk west past Dolby Theatre entrance. Continue along the breezeway past the bus tour staging area, turn left on N. Orange Dr., and turn left again at Hollywood Boulevard. Entrance to the red carpet is on Hollywood Boulevard. near Madame Tussaud’s.

For those attending the Opening Night Red Carpet Gala premiere of E.T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL (1982) and/or the Opening Night Gala Party, we strongly recommend cocktail attire, typically a suit or cocktail dress.

Please note there will be no red carpet bleacher area for spectators at this year’s Opening Night event. We regret any disappointment this may cause our fans.

Individual tickets to select screenings may be offered to standby attendees after all passholders have been seated. These open seats will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis, just prior to the individual program start time at the respective venue box office. All individual ticket purchases are cash-only.

Please note, given that pandemic conditions and local capacity guidelines are dynamic, the Festival could decide, at its sole discretion, to limit or halt individual ticket sales for events. We highly recommend those who plan to attend multiple events to consider purchasing a Festival pass.

Attendees seeking Individual tickets are subject to the same mandatory Health & Safety protocols as passholders. All attendees must show proof of vaccination to receive a wristband prior to entry to any screening. Masking while attending indoor events is mandatory. To review the Festival Health & Safety policies please click here.

For most events, individual tickets are $20 for general audiences, or $10 with valid student I.D. Individual tickets for the official closing night presentation of A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN (1992) are $30 for general audiences, or $15 with valid student I.D. 

No individual tickets will be offered for the Opening Night screening of E.T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL (1982), the Hand and Footprint Ceremony for Lily Tomlin, Poolside screenings, or Club TCM events.

As the number of individual screening tickets available is dependent on the number of passholders that attend a particular screening, individual screening tickets cannot be purchased in advance.

Several screenings, marked as TBA on the Festival schedule, will be announced after the Festival begins. Updated information on these screenings can be found on the Festival app, the Festival website, and at the Information Desk in the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.

Here is more information on attending a number of non-film screening events at the 2022 Festival.

HAND AND FOOTPRINT CEREMONY

The Hand and Footprint Ceremony celebrating actor and comedian Lily Tomlin will begin promptly at 10:30am on Friday, April 22. A special spectator section has been reserved exclusively for passholders who wish to view the ceremony. The queue for this passholder section will open at the Northeast corner of Hollywood Boulevard and N. Orange Avenue (near Madame Tussauds) at 9:30AM and passholder entry will begin at 10:00AM. Please note, space is limited. Note: no individual tickets are available for this event.

BOOK SIGNINGS

Throughout the Festival, a number of authors will be signing copies of their latest books in the lobby of the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. The latest schedule for these signings can be found on the Festival app, the Festival website (TCM.com/festival), and at the Information Desk.

Books may be purchased on-site through representatives from Larry Edmunds Bookshop. A single queue for book purchasing and/or author signing will be formed shortly before each event. For particularly popular authors, book purchase and/or signing is not guaranteed.

Book signings in the lobby of the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel are open to the public. No pass or individual ticket is required.  

CLUB TCM

Club TCM access is available to Spotlight, VIP, Essential, Classic and Media passholders throughout the Festival. The schedule for Club TCM events can be found on the Festival app, the Festival website (TCM.com/festival), and at the Information Desk. Note: no individual tickets are available for Club TCM events.

OPENING NIGHT RECEPTION AND CLOSING NIGHT PARTY

Opening and closing night receptions will be held Poolside at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. Entry is available to Spotlight, VIP, Essential, Classic and Media passholders. Times for these events can be found on the Festival app, the Festival website (TCM.com/festival), and at the Information Desk.

To assist with planning your Festival schedule, here is information on the seating capacity for each venue.

TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX: 916 seats

TCL Chinese 6 Theatres Multiplex, House #1: 448 seats

TCL Chinese 6 Theatres Multiplex, House #4: 177 seats

TCL Chinese 6 Theatres Multiplex, House #6: 266 seats

Hollywood Legion Theater at Post 43: 482 seats

El Capitan Theatre: 998 seats

More information on the 2022 Festival venues may be found here.

PASSHOLDER SHUTTLES TO THE HOLLYWOOD LEGION THEATER AT POST 43

To assist those passholders who have mobility challenges the Festival will be operating a shuttle loop between the Hollywood and Highland Center and the Hollywood Legion Theater at Post 43. Note that these shuttles cannot accommodate all passholders and, depending on traffic congestion and signal timing, may not significantly decrease travel time to the Hollywood Legion Theater versus walking. You must present your Festival pass and be masked in order to board the shuttle.

The Hollywood and Highland Center pick up/drop off point is located off N. Orange Drive between Hollywood Boulevard and Franklin Avenue behind Madame Tussaud’s and will drop passholders off in the parking lot of Post 43. Passholders may board the shuttle for the return trip to Hollywood and Highland Center in the Post 43 parking lot.

Passholder shuttles to/from the Hollywood and Highland Center and the Hollywood Legion Theater at Post 43 will run on the following schedule:

Thursday, 4/21, 6:00pm-Midnight

Friday, 4/22, 8:00am-Midnight

Saturday, 4/23, 8:00am-Midnight

Sunday, 4/24, 8:00am-9:30pm

PARKING

Those attending Festival screenings at the TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX, the TCL Chinese 6 Theatres Multiplex or the El Capitan may park at the Ovation Hollywood & Highland parking deck. Enter the underground parking garage from Highland Ave. in front of Loews Hollywood or on Orange Court between Hollywood Blvd. and Franklin Ave.

Ovation Hollywood and Highland Center Parking Address: 1755 N Highland Ave, Hollywood, CA 90028

  • Parking Rates at the Ovation Hollywood and Highland are $2.00 every 20 minutes; $6.00 every hour with a daily maximum of $20.00. Enjoy up to 2 hours for $3 with validation by participating shops and restaurants, or enjoy up to 4 hours for $3 with validation from the TCL Chinese Theatre, the TCL Chinese 6 Theatres, and the El Capitan Theatre. Regular parking rate applies thereafter. Valet Daily Maximum of $30.00.
  • Please bring your parking stub from the Hollywood & Highland Center to the theatre to have it validated.
  • For Rideshare Drop-off for El Capitan Theatre use this address: 6838 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, CA 90028

Those attending Festival screenings at the Hollywood Legion Theater at Post 43 may park in Post 43’s private parking lot located at the rear of the building. This lot is accessible via the driveway on N. Highland Ave. Parking is $30 flat rate per entry with no in/out privilege.

Information about Festival venues, including venue addresses, can be found by clicking here.

FROM THE AIRPORT

If you don’t plan on renting a car from the airport, we recommend you take a cab, shuttle, or private car service.

Cab fare from LAX is approximately $60.00- $100.00. Normal travel time to the Hollywood & Highland area is approximately 45 minutes, but depending on traffic conditions, it could take much longer and cost more. We suggest that you direct the driver to take La Cienega Boulevard rather than the freeway.

Cab fare is approximately $30.00-$50.00 from the Burbank airport. Normally, the travel time to the Hollywood and Highland area is approximately 30 minutes, but again, depending on traffic conditions, could take much longer and cost more.

Shuttle services are also available and typically cost $50-$65. However, travel by shuttle can take significantly longer than by taxi. Many of these shuttle services accept, but often don’t require, advance reservations. We recommend that you contact your hotel to see if they have their own shuttle or, if not, which shuttle service they recommend.

Private car services are also available but could cost more than the other options. If you’d like to hire a private car service, we recommend you contact your hotel to see which service they recommend.

Ride-share services, such as Lyft and Uber, are also widely used in the Los Angeles area. Rates for Lyft and Uber vary greatly by location, the time of day, and the level of service you pick.

TAKING THE METRO

The Los Angeles Metro Red Line Hollywood/Highland station is conveniently located on Hollywood Blvd at N. Highland Ave., near the TCL Chinese Theatre and TCL Chinese 6 Theatres Multiplex.

WarnerMedia takes the safety and security of our guests seriously. TCM security team members may occasionally, throughout the Festival, conduct bag checks at selected venues and events. This measure is taken as part of the precautions necessary to keep our events safe. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.

We encourage Festivalgoers to maintain a sense of their surroundings. Like in any major city, we strongly encourage passholders to travel with a companion when walking at night.

Past Festival attendees will also be familiar with the colorful characters, many of them in costume, that populate this famous stretch of Hollywood Blvd. Please note that while it is prohibited by law for these characters to solicit tips, it is customary to tip these individuals if you take photos with them or of them.

Should an emergency arise at a Festival venue that necessitates medical assistance, please be aware that the operations team is ready and able to assist with getting a medic or ambulance for immediate assistance.

EARTHQUAKE SAFETY

As many Festival guests may be unfamiliar with how to react during an earthquake, we want to share a few tips regarding safety. In the unlikely event of an earthquake, please follow these guidelines:

  • If you are inside a building, stay inside. Do not rush for the doorways or leave the building. If you are outside, stay outside and move away from buildings.
  • Drop-Cover-Hold On. To reduce the chance of injury, cover your neck and head, and stay low to the ground, to avoid falling.
  • Listen for instructions and guidance from the theatre operations team and security team in each venue. They are familiar with the exit routes for each venue.

It is our goal to ensure all attendees have a safe and enjoyable experience at the TCM Classic Film Festival. The TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX, TCL Chinese 6 Theatres Multiplex, the Hollywood Legion Theater at Post 43, and other Festival venues, including the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, are wheelchair accessible and ADA compliant venues.

If you have special seating needs, please notify the venue manager immediately after getting your Queue Card for that event. If the number of guests with wheelchairs or other seating needs exceeds the designated accessible spaces, venue managers will address these instances on a case-by-case basis.

To assist those passholders who have mobility challenges the Festival will be operating a shuttle loop between the Hollywood and Highland Center and the Hollywood Legion Theater at Post 43. Note that these shuttles cannot accommodate all passholders and, depending on traffic congestion and signal timing, may not significantly decrease travel time to the Hollywood Legion Theater versus walking. You must present your Festival pass and be masked in order to board the shuttle. For shuttle times please see the “Getting There” section of our Festival 101 guide above.

For most events, attendees should dress comfortably and prepare for changes in temperature when moving from inside to outside of Festival venues. While Los Angeles has a generally warm, sunny climate, it can get cool in the evening. We recommend you bring a light jacket or windbreaker just in case.

There are a couple of exceptions to this general dress recommendation:

OPENING NIGHT RED CARPET

For those attending the Opening Night Red Carpet Gala premiere of E.T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL (1982) and/or the Opening Night Gala Party, we strongly recommend cocktail attire, typically a suit or cocktail dress.

POOLSIDE SCREENINGS

For our Poolside screenings, we encourage guests to dress to the theme of each night. For FAST TIMES AT RIDGEMONT HIGH (1982) on Thursday, April 21, join us for prom night with that old baby blue tux or just your favorite ‘80s fashions. For the Elvis Presley musical BLUE HAWAII (1961) on Saturday, April 23, we suggest Hawaiian shirts and tropical attire.

A list of special guests appearing at screenings and Festival events, such as panels discussions in Club TCM, can be found here. This list is subject to change, so be sure to check the Festival app for late-breaking updates.

ETIQUETTE

We understand the desire to ask a favorite celebrity for an autograph or picture. However, here are a few things to keep in mind before approaching special guests at the Festival:

  • Given the full event schedule at the Festival we request that you not approach the stage before or after an interview.
  • There will be signs posted throughout the Festival clearly stating the photography rules of venues and events. If you have any questions about taking photos, simply ask a Festival staff member.
  • Some special guests may have scheduled book signing sessions. Be sure to check the Festival app or website, or stop by the Information Desk at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel for the schedule.
  • Celebrities are people too! They need to eat, talk on the phone, get from point A to point B quickly, and watch films just like we do. A good rule of thumb is not to approach our special guests while they are occupied or do anything you might find intrusive yourself.

Be sure to download the free 2022 TCM Classic Film Festival app to your mobile device for up-to-the-minute schedule changes, late-breaking talent additions, programming announcements, and TBA screenings. 

Any up-to-the-minute schedule changes or announcements of additional programs, such as TBA screenings, will also be communicated through the Festival website, at the Information Desk in the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, and at individual venue box offices.

INFORMATION DESK HOURS

Wednesday, 4/20, 9:00am-5:00pm
Thursday, 4/21, 9:00am-8:00pm
Friday, 4/22, 8:00am-8:00pm
Saturday, 4/23, 8:00am-8:00pm
Sunday, 4/24, 8:00am-6:00pm

You can also ask questions of the many friendly Festival staffers wearing yellow “STAFF” T-shirts. Don’t be shy, as we’re there to help make the 2022 TCM Classic Film Festival the ultimate film lover’s experience.

The free TCM Classic Film Festival app is your one-stop companion to everything going on at this year’s Festival. Our 2022 app allows you to see complete film descriptions and special guest bios, create your own custom schedule with alerts, get late-breaking news and announcements, network with other Festival attendees, see photo galleries, the Festival map, video recaps, movie trailers, and much more!

  • Click here to download from the App Store (iOS).
  • Click here to download from Google Play (Android).

Throughout the Festival, you can follow @TCM on Twitter and check the #TCMFF hashtag for Festival-related announcements and updates. Be sure to use the hashtag #TCMFF on your own posts so we and your fellow fans and passholders can share in your experiences.

You can also follow TCM on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube to join the classic film conversation.

Be sure to stop by the TCM Boutique for official shirts, hats, mugs, bags, books, and much more! You’ll find the TCM Boutique conveniently located in the TCL Chinese Theatre forecourt (also accessible through the TCL Shop’s main entrance on Hollywood Blvd.). Be sure to shop early as many items sell out quickly!
TCM BOUTIQUE HOURS
Wednesday, 4/20, 9:00am – 10:00pm
Thursday, 4/21, 9:00am – 4:00pm
Friday, 4/22, 9:00am – 10:00pm
Saturday, 4/23, 9:00am – 10:00pm
Sunday, 4/24, 9:00am – 10:00pm
TCM has partnered with several companies to provide discounted rates for Festival passholders. For complete details on how to take advantage of these discounted opportunities, click here.

There are dozens of eating establishments within and near the Festival footprint ranging from fast food to fine dining. The restaurants 25 Degrees, Barish, the Tropicana Bar, Rosey’s Café, the Grab & Go Garden Café and the Spare Room are located in the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel and offer a 10% discount off of any food order (excluding alcohol, tax, and service charge) when you present your pass at the time you order. In addition to traditional movie concessions, the Hollywood Legion Theater at Post 43 will offer a selection of chilled coffees, teas, and assorted pastries for morning screenings, as well as a selection of hearty snacks available throughout the day. There are also national drugstores and a department store within the Festival footprint.

We regret that children under age 5 may not attend any Festival event. Additionally, several Festival events and areas have specific age restrictions.

  • All Club TCM events are restricted to individuals age 13 and up.
  • The Opening Night Gala Party is restricted to Spotlight passholders age 21 and up.

If you have lost or misplaced any items at official Festival venues, you may check at the Information Desk in the lobby of the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel to see if they have been turned in.

INFORMATION DESK HOURS

Wednesday, 4/20, 9:00am-5:00pm
Thursday, 4/21, 9:00am-8:00pm
Friday, 4/22, 8:00am-8:00pm
Saturday, 4/23, 8:00am-8:00pm
Sunday, 4/24, 8:00am-6:00pm