Want to come see The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon? Here’s everything you need to know! If you have additional questions, please consult the FAQ at the bottom of the page. You can also contact the Ticketing Office directly at: (212) 664-3056, Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. ET.
You can book free tickets to see a taping of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon by going to: tonightshowtix.com. All available dates will be listed on the calendar pages.
We release tickets one month at a time. We typically announce the release date for each month's tickets during the first week of month prior. That means that April tickets release date would be announced during the first week of March, May ticket release would be announced during the first week of April, etc. Please consult The Tonight Show's official Ticketing Twitter account @FallonTix and this Ticketing Page during the first week of the month to stay up-to-date on Ticket Release date info.
You must be at least 16 years old at time of taping to attend. No one under the age of 16 will be admitted into the show, regardless if a parent or guardian is present. Everyone in your reservation party must present a valid photo I.D. containing date of birth upon arrival.
IMPORTANT TICKETING UPDATE (7/28/15): You will need to sign up for 1iota to apply for tickets to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon tickets. We recommend you do this in advance of the ticket release, by clicking here: 1iota Member Sign-Up. When you apply for The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon tickets, you will be automatically placed onto a waiting list. At this point you do not have a ticket. If we are able to fulfill your ticket request, we will contact you at least two weeks prior to the taping to let you know you have received tickets. If you are not notified by our Ticketing Department, we unfortunately were unable to fulfill your ticket request and you do not have tickets.
All tickets are complimentary and may not be sold or auctioned. Please contact our ticketing hotline at (212) 664-3056, Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. ET if you are being asked to provide payment for tickets. The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and NBC reserve the right to REVOKE any ticket believed to have been purchased or sold. Any ticket may be REVOKED at any time at the discretion of show personnel.
If you're not able reserve tickets in advance, standby tickets are available same-day for each show. Standby tickets do not guarantee admission, but when we have extra tickets or cancellations those seats are distributed to the people in standby line. To grab standby tickets, arrive no later than 9 a.m. on the morning of the taping under “NBC Studios” marquee on the 49th Street side of 30 Rockefeller Plaza. The line typically forms before 9 a.m. Once an individual is in line they CANNOT leave and return to their original place in line. One standby ticket is granted per person. For additional tickets, you must rejoin the end of the line.
Everyone in line must present a valid photo I.D. containing date of birth. No one under the age of 16 will be admitted into the show, regardless if a parent or guardian is present.
NOTE: Before you go, please call our Ticket Office to confirm that we are taping on the day you wish to attend. The Ticket Office is open 9 a.m. - 5 p. m. ET, Monday through Friday at: (212) 664-3056.
Every day we invite a very limited audience into the studio to watch Jimmy try out monologue jokes for that night’s show (and occasionally sketches). This is not a full taping. You can grab tickets to this behind-the-scenes experience by going to: tonightshowtix.com You will need to sign up for 1iota to apply for monologue rehearsal tickets. We recommend you do this in advance of the ticket release, by clicking here: 1iota Member Sign-Up.
Monologue rehearsal ticket release dates are announced via the Tonight Show Ticketing Twitter account: @FallonTix and this page.
When you apply for Monologue Rehearsal tickets, you will be placed onto a Monologue Rehearsal waiting list. This does not mean that you have a monologue rehearsal ticket. You will be notified only if tickets become available and we are able to move you from the wait list. Typically this notification occurs two weeks before the monologue rehearsal you’ve applied for, but if there are any last minute cancellations it may happen a day or two before.
Please note the timing of the Monologue Rehearsal usually conflicts with trying for Standby Tickets as you must return for the afternoon ticketing announcement. If you are not in standby line when the ticketing announcement is made, you will be placed at the end of the standby line and cannot maintain your original standby ticket number.
Each Thursday that we’re taping, we give away two VIP tickets to see that evening's taping of the Tonight Show. A little before noon, we'll use the show’s official Twitter account @FallonTonight or Snapchat (username: FallonTonight) to share the location of our intern somewhere in NYC. The first individual who then finds our intern receives a pair of tickets!
Most Fridays, we give away two VIP tickets to see our show the following week. Sometime during the day on Friday, the show's official Twitter account @FallonTonight will send a tweet with the #FallonTicketFriday hashtag along with a trivia question about the show. The first Twitter user we see who successfully replies with the correct answer will be selected as the winner. To be eligible to win, you must confirm that you will be able to attend, as ticket reservations are non-transferrable. The exact date of the taping will be mentioned in the tweet and cannot be changed.
That’s your Tonight Show Ticket rundown! If you have any more questions about booking tickets, or have any issues about your reservation, please consult the FAQ below. If you stil need help you can contact our Ticket Office at: (212) 664-3056. The Ticket Office is open 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. ET, Monday through Friday. You can also email the office at: TonightShowTickets@nbcuni.com or tweet at @FallonTix
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