TrotCon’s This Weekend! Come on Out!
Well, we did it again. TrotCon 2016 is upon us.
We’re really excited for this year. Like, too excited. John de Lancie’s coming. Ingrid Nilson’s coming. Heather Breckel. Thom Zahler. G.M. Berrow.
Community guests such as Pixelkitties, Wiggles, TJ Carson, ILoveKPaLot, ChocoPony and The Brony Critic.
A stacked musician lineup including Chang31ing, Crusader, Notica, DJ PinkamenaX, end_of_file, JesusKidz, PonyFireStone, GTGoggles, StrachAttack and IvoryBrony.
Tons of panels running all weekend starting Friday afternoon. 24 hours a day, baby. We don’t sleep until Sunday at 6 p.m.
A 60-table artist alley with one of the best selections of vendors, artists and more that we’ve ever had the privilege of assembling.
Agh, how could we NOT be excited?
So here’s the deal: TrotCon officially begins this Friday, July 15, with registration opening at 7 a.m. (However, if you pre-registered for 2016, you can stop by between 9 p.m. and midnight on Thursday night. Please do, in fact!) If you haven’t purchased a badge yet, that’s totally fine! We offer registration at the door, with Friday-Sunday passes at $55 (with kids 12 and under free with the purchase of an adult pass). We’ll also have single-day badges available for $30 for Friday, $40 for Saturday and $20 for Sunday.
Our full schedule for the weekend is here. Keep an eye on the online version, as it may be subject to change (though we’ll do our best to avoid such changes!). We also have a listing on the Guidebook app — download it, look for TrotCon. As a reminder, the Dr Whooves and Assistant panel is canceled, with a replacement to be announced at the con, and G.M. Berrow has unfortunately been moved to Saturday and Sunday only, meaning her panel spot on Friday has been taken over by Thom Zahler.
Any questions? Comments? Cause for discussion? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or shoot us a message on social media. We’re on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram and Snapchat (username Trotcon). We’ll get back to you as soon as we can.
Otherwise, we hope to see you at the convention this weekend. We think it’s gonna be a rip-roarin’ time, and we want you to be there with us. We open for business at 7 a.m. Friday for registration and close Sunday at 6 p.m. In between? Lots and lots of pony.
See you here.