After a painful two-year delay, the annual Star Wars Celebration event returns this weekend, taking place at the Anaheim Convention Center in Los Angeles, California. “Star Wars” fans around the world have been inundated this week with a slew of new information, interviews, opinions, and statements. Not only will the next live-action spin-off show, “Obi-Wan Kenobi,” debut on Disney Plus on Friday, May 27th.
To enter the Anaheim Convention Center, attendees will first need a wristband to indicate that they have verified their vaccination status or provided proof of a negative antigen or PCR COVID-19 test.
The organizers of the event hired IPS to assist them not only for the event proper but also with the preparations for the highly anticipated event. The convention is a lot of fun, and guests are encouraged to dress up in character. The goal is to check each individual guest to ensure that they do not have any concealed weapons or other items that could endanger others tucked away in their clothing.
The fact that this is a Star Wars event means that guests will wear costumes that resemble weaponry from the film series. This has kept our staff busy checking to see if these costume accessories are safe and dangerous.
Our teams have had trouble finding parking due to the fact that it is a packed event, making it impossible to seek spots close in which to park without interference. Thankfully, the problem has been swiftly resolved by the team and the organizers, making it convenient for our staff to arrive on time and making it easier for them to patrol all of the stations that have been assigned.