What sets the Romance Times BOOKLOVERS CONVENTION apart from any other Romance book industry convention? We mix business and networking with fellowship and fun: Begin each morning with a meet and greet mixer hosted by various authors and publishers.; Then choose from a rich variety of over 125 informative workshops for readers, writers and booksellers.; Cap off the afternoon with a fun-filled stimulating networking party.; At dark, it’s time to get ready for our sumptuous evening events.
Atlanta’s Premier Doctor Who & British Media Convention.
Outlantacon is an Atlanta-based event for the Queer Geek audience! You’ll find all the usual convention fare here—discussion panels, gaming, costuming, special events, etc— the difference is that it all has a queer ‘bent’ to it. Here you can enjoy all the convention trappings in an atmosphere where you’re free to be yourself! We also offer some pretty unique twists as well, like our own versions of Match Game (a staple since 2007), Project Cosplay (2010), Nea’s Drag Race (2011) and the wildly popular Sock Puppet Theatre.
With 28,300 unique and over 71,000 turnstile attendance in 2016, MomoCon is one of the fastest growing all ages conventions in the country. Fans of Japanese Anime, American Animation, Comics, Video Games, and Tabletop Games come together to celebrate their passion by costuming / cosplay, browsing the huge exhibitors hall, meeting celebrity voice talent, designers, and writers behind their favorite shows, games, and comics and much much more over this 4 day event.
The Atlanta Game Fest is a chance for boardgame fans from the area and across the Southeast to gather for three days of fun and games. There will be hundreds of the world’s best boardgames available for play as well as friendly folks who can help with the
You probably know by now that LibertyCon is a convention that prides itself on great guests, phenomenal panels and a killer ConSuite. We are a convention that is small on purpose (we limit the attendees to 500) since we want to give the fans a chance to sit down and chat with the guests. Sure we could try to bring in twice the attendees, but do you think you would be able to sit on a couch with Terry Brooks talking about law or playing Magic the Gathering with Brandon Sanderson if we did?