I want to run a panel at your con what do I need to do?

Due to available space and the number of panels required for our guests, panel spacing is limited. We will only accept panel applications that include a minimum of Three Panelists (three people involved in the panel discussion), have a clearly defined topic (“The Influence of Japanese Mythology on Anime Characters” as opposed to “We want to talk about our favorite anime!”), and panels must last 50 minutes.

We will begin accepting panel applications for our next show soon.

How much are tickets?

Pre-ordering tickets through Eventbrite will cost $11.24 per person for One Day and $16.37 per person for a Weekend Pass and will cut down your wait time in line.  If you purchase tickets at the door it will be $10.00 per person for One Day and $15.00 per person for a Weekend Pass.
Kids under 12 are FREE with an Adult.

VIP tickets can be pre-ordered through Eventbrite and will cost $77.87.  Purchasing them at the door will be $75.00.  All access all weekend! The show floor, extra ticketed events, and preferential seating at all film screenings! VIP Ticket holders will also receive free admission to ticketed after hours events, convention exclusive items, and 30 min early access to the show floor.

 

Can I cosplay a character from –insert fandom here–?

Provided that your costume is family friendly, you can cosplay any character from any fandom.  Keep in mind that there will be a lot of children in attendance.  They are the next generation of fans and traumatizing them for life is probably counter-productive.

Do guests charge for autographs? Can I photograph your guests?

While some guests will sign autographs at no charge, this is ultimately up to the guests’ individual discretion.

Please understand that guests may or may not pose for photographs with fans. Guests have a right to their privacy and if they ask not to have their picture taken, please respect their requests.

You’re welcome to take still pictures and video during your time at River City Comic Expo, as we love to see the hundreds of pictures everyone takes.  Please do not sit your belongings on someones table so that you can huddle up with your friends and take a picture.  That table is the vendors/artists and has their property on it and they do not want you sitting your items on it to take pictures.