New to 2018 is something we like to call "Featured Panelists". Featured Panelists are panelists that do so much to help make Hazard Con such a great show that we just have to show them off.
To start things off we would like to introduce to you Moby White!
'Moby White' works as a compliance analyst for a company in Washington County, PA. He has been attending conventions for over 10 years, and has been a panelist at conventions such as Tekko (formally known as Tekkoshocon), Sangawa Project, KuroKiiro Festival, & Setsucon.
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Learn more about him and other featured panelists here.
Happy New Year!
To celebrate, our panelist applications are now open. Be a part of what makes Hazard Con so fun.
This year joining our game room is Snow Phoenix!
Snow Phoenix is an arcade dedicated to bringing conventions the very best in Japanese arcades! With a diverse stock of imported cabinets, SPX is always ready and excited to be able to help take con game rooms to the next level!
Follow them on Facebook and Twitter
Keep a look out for a games anouncement!
Learn more about our free to play arcade room here.
Are you an avid fan of a show? Do you know so much about a topic that you just want to tell more people about it? Then we want you!
Panel applications open January 1st, 2018!
We are looking for people interested in providing informative or entertaining panels at Hazard Con 2018. If you want to run a panel or workshop all you have to do is submit an application on our website when the time comes. To show our appreciation to all accepted panelists, they will receive 33% of their badge price back for each panel they complete (up to 100%).
Learn more about panels and workshops here.
We have some great news regarding hotels to stay at. We have special rates at both the Hilton Garden Inn and the Courtyard Marriott. They are both $149.00 a night. This is a $30 drop from the special rate we were able to get for our attendees last year. Both of these hotels are connected to the Ambassador Center to make getting to and from the event simple and easy.
Check them out here.
Look for more hotel information to come!
Hope everyone had a happy Thanksgiving! You know what were are thankful for? Video games!
Joining us again for 2018 is Retrocade Erie!
Retrocade Erie is the provider for all your retro gaming needs right here in Erie, Pennsylvania! Feel the nostalgia as they showcase the very best, the strange, and downright odd relics of gaming from years past.
You can check them out in our Arcade!
We are pleased to announce that the amazing Josh Grelle will be joining us for Hazard Con 2018!
Josh is a life-long geek and actor with over 200 voice credits in his 10+year career. His favorite roles include Attack on Titan (Armin), Yuri on Ice (Yuri Katsuki), Princess Jellyfish (Kuranosuke), The Devil is a Part-Timer (Sadao Maou), Drifters (Toyohisa), RWBY (Tyrian), Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple (Kenichi), and Snow White with the Red Hair (Zen).
Learn more about him on our guest page.
Registration is now open! Get registered early for discounted badge prices. Register now for only $30! When March 1st comes around, registrations increases to $35. Don't delay!
If you have any questions about Registration, please send us a message, check out our Registration page, or email email@example.com.
Hello everyone, we have some exciting news to share with you. Pre-Registration for Hazard Con 2018 will go live November 1st, 2017!
The 2018 weekend badge registration rates are as follows:
Early Bird - $30 (if purchased between November 1st - February 28th)
Pre-Registration - $35 (if purchased between March 1st - June 30th)
At Door - $40 (Available Friday and Saturday at event)
We received so many requests in our feedback surveys for single day, at-door badges, we just had to deliver!
Friday only - $20
Saturday only - $30
Sunday only - $15
Also new for 2018 is our modified children's rate. Children 8 and under are FREE with a paid adult admission!
For more information about registration click here.
Introducing our master of ceremonies, Charles Dunbar!
Charles Dunbar is a fan of many things, of which anime and Japanese culture are but one (admittedly large) sphere. After discovering the medium through Dragonball Z in high school, he spent his formative college years indulging in giant robots, Pokemon, JRPGs, and Rurouni Kenshin, never expecting his coursework in cultural anthropology to ever intersect with his burgeoning fandom identity. This was only the first of many instances when the Universe decided to troll him for his obliviousness.
Learn more here.