It’s a Festival of Fandom, This Weekend at GalaxyCon in Columbus!

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It’s a Festival of Fandom, This Weekend at GalaxyCon in Columbus!

The best convention in the galaxy is here!

What better way to kick off the Yuletide season than by securing tickets to the one and only GalaxyCon! For all nerds out there, this is the perfect gift that will have you feeling the holiday spirit like never before. And don't worry if you're not a fan of regular conventions, GalaxyCon is anything but ordinary! Sure, you'll get to meet your favorite celebrities and indulge in the most awe-inspiring cosplay culture, but the excitement doesn't end there. GalaxyCon brings the heat by mixing in events like wrestling and Magic the Gathering, so you can nerd out to your heart's content!

Celebrities and Guest Lineups:

GalaxyCon is a massive hit for fans who are looking to soak up some of that sweet sweet celebrity atmosphere. Fans will get to see everyone from producers, actors, voice actors, cosplay artists, TV and movie celebrities, and our favorite writers will be making an appearance. The total guest list this year includes over 220 talented people.

The list is far too long to fit into this article, it includes over 40 guests, but some of our favorite celebrities include Jonathan Frakes (Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction), Michael Rooker (Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer), Ron Perlman (Hellboy), Mike Tyson (Mike Tyson Mysteries), and Evangeline Lilly (The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug).

Moving on to the voice actors, there are about forty different amazing guests for fans to interact with. This amazing list features all kinds of talent but some of the highlights include Marty Grabstein (Courage the Cowardly Dog), Dana Snyder (Aqua Teen Hunger Force), Melissa Fahn (Invader Zim), Kathleen Herles (Dora the Explorer), and Sarah Natochenny (Pokémon).

 I wasn't born yesterday, you know - I've seen movies.  - Master Shake

Are you a fan of comics? GalaxyCon has a whopping 64 different comic artists in attendance this year. Some of these artists include Scott Kolins (Flashpoint), David Aikins (SpongeBob SquarePants), Jenny Frison (Ghost), Cyanide & Happiness (Cyanide & Happiness), and Bob Hall (Avengers).

This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the talent list at GalaxyCon this year. Fans can also spend their time with their favorite writers, cosplay artists or even head down and visit some of the greatest wrestlers of all time.

Activities and Events:

The celebrity experience is just one part of any good convention. And GalaxyCon has this in spades. Across the weekend a total of 14 events spread across three days for fans to enjoy. One of the biggest attractions each year is definitely the annual cosplay contest. This event has a five tier approach with prizes ranging from $100 to custom medals appointed by the judges.

GalaxyCon has gone above and beyond in making sure there are events for every fandom and age group. There will be areas dedicated to video games, and tabletop gaming, as well as dedicated fan group areas. For those with growing nerds out there, you can head down to the Family Zone to enjoy some wholesome fun during the day. For those searching for something a little less wholesome, why not check out some of the After Dark Events, some of which are 18+?

Tickets and Pricing:

Ok, now that we have your attention. You’re probably wondering how much this is going to cost you. As with most conventions, GalaxyCon has tiered ticket prices. These range from the 3 Day VIP pass $299, 3 Day Deluxe Pass $135, 3 Day Pass $110, 2 Day Deluxe $ 125, 2 Day Pass $95, or a single day pass for $40-$60. The best part of all of this, kids 9 and under will get in free.

If this all sounds as amazing to you as it does to us, why not head down to Columbus Ohio on December 1-3 and check it out? GalaxyCon will be the event of the season and we hope to see you there.

Sci-Fi 3D Team

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