This Week's Conventions

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MomoCon - Atlanta, GA
May 26 - 29

Norfolk Anime Explosion - Norfolk, VA
May 26 - 29

Animazement - Raleigh, NC
May 27 - 29

Anime North - Toronto, ON
May 27 - 29

Arkansas Anime Festival - Springdale, AR
May 27 - 29

Anime Oasis - Boise, ID
May 27 - 30

FanimeCon - San Jose, CA
May 27 - 30

Colossalcon - Sandusky, OH
June 2 - 5

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Anime Southwest changes venues and loses most of their guests
Anime Southwest, located near Denver, Colorado, has announced the cancellations of seven guests. This news comes one week after it was announced the convention has announced a new venue and less than a month before the convention is scheduled to begin.   [read more] [discuss]

YourMiniCon cancels Maine event
After cancelling ten conventions in the last two months, YourMiniCon has now cancelled their event in Portland, Maine, the only remaining event other than their original Connecticut location.   [read more] [discuss]

YourMiniCon quietly cancels four more conventions
YourMiniCon has removed Nevada, Colorado, Ohio, and Louisiana conventions from its site leaving only Connecticut and Maine.   [read more] [discuss]

Getting Your Convention on Social Media
Social media is an essential part of convention planning. We run down the essential platforms to help you get your convention signed up and give you tips on how to make cross-posting to them a lot easier.   [read more] [discuss]

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If your costume contest is five hours long, you're doing it wrong
FanimeCon announced their schedule for their Masquerade Cosplay Contest. It's scheduled to start at 6pm and the award announcements will begin around 10:30pm.   [read more] [discuss]

The Curious Case of Wine Country Comic Con
A couple months ago, I witnessed an uncomfortable accusation from one convention organizer against another con. Little did I know at that time how fascinatingly bizarre it would become.   [read more] [discuss]

Respect your competition or it could backfire
When two conventions fight and disrespect each other in public, nobody wins.   [read more] [discuss]

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