Orlando Medical Stickers

What Is A Medical Sticker?

A Medical Sticker entitles its wearer and one companion priority access to select elements of Star Wars Celebration Orlando. The Medical Sticker wearer and companion must have a valid Ticket for Star Wars Celebration Orlando on the same day. It is designed for fans with impairments who require additional time or special seating to enjoy events.

What Does The Medical Sticker Allow?

Priority Entrance Line

The wearer of a Medical Sticker and one companion may queue in a Medical Line at the start of each day. This Medical Line will begin to move into the exhibit hall prior to the general admission line. Each fan wearing a Medical Sticker can have up to one guest in their dedicated queue with them.

Priority Stage Lines

The wearer of a Medical Sticker and one guest may queue in a Medical Line in front of select stages and panel rooms. The Celebration Stage will have designated Medical Line clearly marked with signage. Medical Lines will be moved into stages and panel rooms before general seating. To ensure Medical Line first seating privileges each Medical Sticker holder and their guest must be in line when doors open, typically at least 40 minutes before the start of each show on the Celebration Stage, and 20 minutes before the start of each show on the other stages. Space in stages and panel rooms is limited and first come, first served. Qualifying for a Medical Badge does not guarantee access into all events and screenings.

What Does The Medical Sticker Not Allow?

Show Admission

A Medical Sticker does not get you or your companion into Star Wars Celebration Orlando. You and your companion must have attendee badges to enter the convention and wear your attendee badges at all times along with your Medical Sticker. Your Medical Sticker will allow you extra convenience, but you must still possess a general badge to attend Celebration Orlando.

Guaranteed Seating

We cannot guarantee you seating in any panel rooms. There are limited numbers of seats at all events, and all events are first come, first served. The Medical Sticker will allow you more ease to attend, but when an event is full, we're unable to create more seats -- either for general attendees or those with Medical Sticker.

Early Seating

Medical lines will be moved into events prior to general attendees; however, the Medical Sticker does not allow you early seating or early access to any areas of the convention. The schedule of events and the times that they begin remain the same for all attendees.

Seating For All Your Friends And Family

The Medical Sticker allows access to the Medical Line for its wearer and one guest. We understand many fans are traveling to Celebration Orlando with friends and family, but we are unable to extend the amenities afforded with the sticker to your entire party. If you have a Medical Sticker, you may have one guest with you in your priority line and seating, but we ask you not to bring additional friends or family members.


The Medical Sticker does not allow priority access to signings at the convention. Guests often sign for limited amounts of time, and to be fair for all attendees, the Medical Sticker does not allow an attendee to bypass autographing lines.

What If I'm Late?

It’s very important to remember we begin to move lines into panel rooms and stages approximately 20 minutes before each panel session on the Galaxy, Behind-The-Scenes, and Fan Stages and 40 minutes before sessions on the Celebration Stage. To take advantage of your Medical Sticker benefits, you must be in the Medical Line at this time. Once we start seating and this Medical line has moved inside, we are unable to provide any further priority seating and you will need to join the end of the general queue. Again, you must be at any general event at least 20 minutes prior to its start (and 40 minutes before a Celebration Stage event) to receive available Medical seating.

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