Jun 9th-11th 2017

Owensboro, KY 42301

112 mi

OMGcon is an annual event that brings together anime and video games for a weekend of fun and excitement. There are special guests (such as voice actors and artists), dealers (for getting those hard-to-get merchandise), events (like cosplay and video game tournaments).

anime, cosplay, video game

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doctor who

Con Kasterborous

Jun 10th-11th 2017

Huntsville, AL 35806

97 mi

Doctor Who Convention at the Westin on Bridge Street

doctor who, media, science fiction

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roleplaying game


Jun 16th-18th 2017

Nashville, TN 37214

6 mi

Speculative Fiction/Gaming convention in Nashville. Literary tracks with a strong writing and horror emphasis. Various gaming.

academic, art, board game, card game, cosplay, doctor who, fan, fantasy, film, geek, goth, halloween, horror, literary, lovecraft, monster, music, roleplaying game, science, science fiction, writing, zombie

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Jun 23rd-25th 2017

Huntsville, AL 35801

100 mi

Hamacon stands for “Huntsville & Madison Anime Convention” aka we’re the Rocket City’s anime con! We run two major events a year, a three day full fledged con in June, and a one day con in November. Either way, we treat you with tons of amazing events and panels, a big ol’ gaming area for both video games as well as the tabletop variety, a Dealer’s Room, an Artist Alley, Cosplay, and more! Not to mention, we try and sprinkle as many smaller events we can throughout the year as well.

anime, art, cosplay

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science fiction


Jun 30th-Jul 2nd 2017

Chattanooga, TN 37402

112 mi

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?

fantasy, literary, science, science fiction

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