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Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 Official Premiere Details

Official Breaking Dawn 1 Premiere Here are the complete details on the event of the year–the premiere of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 at Nokia Plaza LA Live!

The fun beings on Thursday, November 11, 2011 at 6am PST. Camping is allowed, but be sure to take a look at all the detals below on what you’ll need to take into account as you prepare. There will be special wristbands, so pay attention to that.

Read on for the full official word.

TWILIGHT Fans are allowed to begin lining up for camping in Tent City at NOKIA PLAZA L.A. LIVE at 6:00am PT on Thursday, November 10, 2011. No fans are allowed to line-up prior to that time. The location and start of the official fan camp line will be set by Summit Event Security and all other non-official lines will not be recognized.

Overnight camping is allowed in designated areas only, starting in the Nokia Plaza. Please follow all directions advised by L.A. LIVE and Summit security. Please note, that special wristbands will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis and each fan must be present to receive a wristband. Each wristband will be numbered and reserves a space in the Fan Viewing areas for the BREAKING DAWN – PART 1 Red Carpet arrivals in sequential order. Every individual who is granted access into Tent City will be entered into a database that matches them with their unique wristband number. The wristbands DO NOT enable access to the Movie Premiere.

Fans will be asked to change location as Premiere set up begins in the Nokia Plaza on Monday morning November 14 at 6:00am PT. This will be the only relocation during the camping event.


  • ONLY Standard Sized Pop Tents will be allowed (4′x4′ [16 sq. ft.] or less. No oversized tents, staked tents, etc., due to limited space)
  • ABSOLUTELY No Drugs or Alcohol allowed on premises
  • No Cooking On-Site or open flame
  • No horseplay. If anyone dumps food or beverages on another camper, they will be subject for removal
  • No amplified music. All music devices must be used with headset or earphone
  • Smoking in Designated Areas Only outside of the NOKIA Plaza boundaries
  • Fans are responsible for their own property. LA Live, AEG, nor Summit is responsible for any lost or stolen items
  • Everyone must please pick up after themselves. A fine will be enforced for anyone who litters on Nokia or LA City property
  • Please only use the restrooms designated for fans and respect the other area businesses
  • Guests must follow the rules and directions of L.A. LIVE Management/Summit Security at all times

THANK YOU for your cooperation and adherence to the above to help ensure a safe and entertaining experience for everyone!


Twilight fans will be given wristbands starting at 6:00am PT on Thursday, November 10 2011. Wristbands MUST be worn until the premiere is over. Any wristband that has been tampered with or removed will NOT be considered valid. Any fan arriving without wearing the original wristband they were provided will not be allowed into the viewing area. There will be periodic spot checks through November 14, the day of the event.

[Crreative Commons photo by David Jones]

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  • EdwardsNana

    Well, BECullen, I can’t thank you enough.  I hope everyone is thoughtful and considerate of others…….You have helped me so much…..thanks.

  • EdwardsNana

    Yes BECullen.  We have a group of three of us.  There are eleven of us in our re-read group.  We met several years ago on this site and we have been on-line twilight friends ever since.  We have been seventeen………….a………….while……………….a………..long…………while, at least I have………..I’ve been seventeen almost four times…….. Of course Edward has been seventeen over six times.  Attending this premiere is on my “Bucket list” I have never done anything like this, including getting on a plane for four hours and landing at LAX. 
     It would be cool to meet you.

  • MrsArianaEdwardCullen

    I live 4o miles to the east of LA but I’m still in high school and I know my mom wouldn’t camp out with me for sure :(

  • Cassandra Macias

    Hello there, i am just a little confused on all these details.  Can anyone help please?  I would really appreciate it! :)  I was wondering that if we get a wristband on Nov. 10 at 6am, do we have to stay and camp, or can we leave and come back Nov. 14??  I heard of spot checks, what does that mean?  Do the campers line up in order and then they check or what?  And if you do have to camp, does someone from your own camp site have to be there at all times?  Like do we have to switch people leaving from our campsite and make someone stay there for “spot” purposes?  Sorry for all the questions, i just want to make sure my Mom and I know what we are in for and be prepared.  We are driving 6 hours to be there so we want to be prepared.  Thanks so much everyone….hope to see you all there!! :-)

  • Will

    nope =(…I’m on the east coast.

  • BECullen

    Hey Cassandra! You sound like you get the most important parts. When I say checks, they basically just keep an eye out and remember who you are. Security rotates people, so it’s like the same few guys there. They’ll remember you. I don’t know if they’ll do an actual check of wristbands but they say they will when you get your wristband. If all of you don’t want to camp out, I would recommend having one person sleep there to keep your area for during the day. It’s not so much to keep your place in line or anything because that’s what the wristbands are for… It more just to let them know your there. They tell you if don’t camp out they might notice and not let you be on the carpet day of… But I don’t think they really do that. They just want people to stay basically. But you never know, right? So better safe then sorry I say… Anyways, last year I didn’t stay the night the first day cause I wasnt planning on staying and when I got my wristband they told me all off the above and I just told them I would be back in the middle of the night. They didn’t even notice. So I suppose you could not sleep there but be there during the days. They have lots of fun things during the days so I’d recommend being there. Now i personally thing the camping out is fun. But I guess it’s really up to you and what they tell us this year. Hope this helps. See you there! :)

  • twilight-lover<3

    what time does the premiere start???

  • michelle

    are you allowed to go the first day to get a wristband, then come back for the day of the premiere? or do you have to camp out the whole time?

  • BECullen

    They tell us what time to be back the day of, when they kick us out at 6am…

  • BECullen

    Read my other comments on here. :)

  • Mduran0627

    how much do we have to pay? i really want to goooooooooooo!!!!!!!!i want to see in live taylor and robert there so hot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!……… so how much do wwe pay??????

  • Liyah

    ??? So is it mandatory to camp out at the site or can you just grab the wristband to tent city and leave? also are you allowed to leave if you have work the whole wkend and come back after work I wanna go but if you can’t leave then nevermind

  • Sierra Hathaway ♡

    So bummed I didn’t get to go this year. but i opted to go to twi-con instead.
    but next year, IT’S ON! :D

    I hope california will be warmer than this sucky iowa weather! :)

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