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Comic-Con attendees have been wondering for some time how to score tickets for the much publicized Star Trek Beyond premiere on Wednesday, July 20th. The Imax movie screening will be at Embarcadero Marina Park South and it will the score will be performed by the San Diego Symphony. So, how do we get in? Do we stand in line? Do we buy tickets? Do we register? Someone tell us!

Now we know. Comic-Con International announced a ticket drawing today. Yes, it’s a lottery and you can’t enter the lottery until Wednesday – the day of the premiere. Here’s all the details. Qapla’!

For a chance to win access to the screening, please go to Embarcadero Marina Park South (see the map below for exact location) starting at 11:00 AM on Wednesday, July 20, where a drawing will start at 12:00 noon. Once there, get in line to pick a ticket out of a container. The winning tickets will have a distinct stamp on the back. Once a winning ticket has been drawn, the ticket will be exchanged for two wristbands that will admit the wearers into the World Premiere of Star Trek Beyond! If you do not draw a winning ticket, you may return to the end of the line to try again until all winning tickets have been drawn. Only one winning ticket is allowed per person. Tickets will be drawn between 12:00 PM and 2:00 PM or until all winning tickets are drawn. Both people wishing to attend the screening must be in attendance at the time of the drawing to be wrist-banded.

All winners need to arrive at least 30 minutes prior to the screening start time in the line at the designated area at Embarcadero Marina Park South or their seats may be forfeit.

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Audrey Kearns is a writer, actor, producer and founder of Geek Girl Authority. She hosts and produces the podcasts Kneel Before Aud and the live storytelling show, 5 Truths and a Lie. She's also a Los Angeles producer for The Story Collider.
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