'Tonight Show' to Florida: Jimmy Fallon to Try New 'Harry Potter' Ride

Thursday, 22 May 2014 08:07 AM

By Nick Sanchez

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"The Tonight Show" has announced it's headed to Florida to kick off the show's first road trip with new host Jimmy Fallon.

According to The Associated Press, the show will be taped at the Orlando Universal Resort from June 16 through 18.

"We're going where the sun shines, the weather's fine, it's always fun times, and everything rhymes — that's right we're going to Orlando, Florida," Fallon announced Monday night on the show.

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Fallon, who took over late-night's number one spot from former host Jay Leno in February, is expected to give at-home audiences a first look at the new "Wizarding World of Harry Potter: Diagon Alley" theme park ride at Universal Studios, and host a number of top celebrities including Jennifer Lopez, Kevin Hart, Jimmy Buffett, Tracy Morgan, and Pitbull.

Free tickets to the Florida tapings were made available to the public on Wednesday, and sold out in less than an hour, according to Fallon's official "Tonight Show" Twitter account.

For those that missed out on the initial sale, the show is also giving away a pair of VIP tickets via Twitter every Thursday as part of its "Tickets at 12" campaign.

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