Tsubasacon, founded in 2004, is West Virginia's first and only anime convention. Previously located in Charleston, Tsubasacon has called Huntington, WV home for the past five years, hosting over 1100 attendees at the most recent convention. Tsubasacon has been praised for its small-convention feel and hospitality while providing the people of West Virginia an experience comparable to larger cities. Tsubasacon occurs annually in Huntington, West Virginia at the Riverfront Ballroom and Conference Center, adjacent to the Big Sandy Superstore Arena. Huntington is located within three hours of the majority of West Virginia, Columbus, Cincinnati, Lexington, Louisville, and Christiansburg. Tsubasacon is located within walking distance of two high-quality hotels and numerous dining options, meaning very little driving once you get into town. Visit <a href="www.tsubasacon.org">www.tsubasacon.org</a> for more info.
NORTHERN MICHIGAN ANIME CONVENTION - Year 200X's second appearance at this all-ages anime convention! Get registration, guest, and events info at nmacon.com
If you haven’t heard of Gen Con, then you’re not a true tabletop gamer. From the website: Gen Con Indy is the original, longest running, best attended, gaming convention in the world. For over 41 years, Gen Con Indy has been setting the trend and breaking records. Last year, more than 100,698 turnstile and 30,000 unique attendees experienced Gen Con Indy. The biggest complaint we hear is that there is simply too much to do, see, and experience. Get lost in a phantasm of art exhibits. Stare at jaw-dropping costumes, or better yet, wear one of your own. Meet the movers and the shakers in the gaming industry. Check out the newest games and get a sneak peek at the latest editions. And, of course, play your heart out with fellow enthusiasts in a community that understands your passion. What you’ll experience at Gen Con Indy is nothing short of IT. You know, whatever “It” is for you? This is IT! Get ready to get there. www.gencon.com
VGM rock, metal, jazz, chiptunes, you name it! Also art, games, beers and buds.
Glass City Con is the Toledo area’s premiere Japanese anime convention. It’s a two day event beginning Saturday, July 9th at 10 am to 1 am, and July 10th, from 10 am to 6 pm at Owens Community College in Perrysburg, Ohio. Admission is free and it’s open to anyone! Visit www.glasscitycon.com for more info.
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Bio: Y2KX was formed in early 2006 by Tim Lydon and Tony Oliver. Joined by friends Rance Tatroe, Ian Whiters, Jake Bryan, and occasionally Kyle Hoke, they came together for two purposes: to have fun, and to play the awesomest guitar-driven video game covers that they can. Almost immediately, they were...See Full Bio