Hello fellow fans. Welcome to TusCon, Arizona! More specifically, welcome to TusCon 42, our 42nd annual Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Horror convention in Tuscon.. ah, we mean rather Tucson, Arizona.
This year our Guests of Honor are Seanan McGuire author of the October Daye urban fantasies, and Bridget E. Wilde who is an artist best known for her “catgirls” illustrations. Our Special Guests are Geoff Notkin star of the multi award-winning television series Meteorite Men for Science Channel and host of the STEMJournals for Cox Media, and Autumn Ivy who is best known or her Cosplay and “Widow’s Web.” Our Musical Guest this year is the eclectic Will There Be Cake? who are known up and down Fourth Avenue. The wonderfully successful Burlesque Show is back this year with producer Gypsy Danger. And our Toastmaster is the ever humble, and popular, Ed Bryant who is best known as a multi-award winning author of horror & science fiction.
What else does TusCon 42 offer? How about: Art Show & Artist Alley, Panel Discussions, Vendors Room, LAN Gaming, Vampire LARP, Anime Room, Round-the-Clock Video Room, Q&A with Film Makers, Science Presentations, Masquerade / Cosplay, Live Performances, Meet Fellow Fans, Learn from The Pros, and So Much More!!
TusCon 42 will be held October 30th-Nov 1st 2015 at the Hotel Tucson City Center InnSuites Conference Suite Resort in Tucson, Arizona. As always, the hotel provides a FREE buffet breakfast, FREE social hour drinks, FREE Wi-Fi, FREE parking, and is Dog friendly!
Please make sure to register early; we like to keep this convention small and intimate so that everyone has a chance to interact with our amazing guest authors, artists and panelists. Attendance is limited to 500 registered attendees annually.
At TusCon, we do things a little differently. We have a relaxed, friendly atmosphere surrounding three days of fascinating events and up close and personal discussions with some of today’s finest Sci-Fi , Fantasy and Horror creators. Attendees of TusCon are among the most dedicated fans of science fiction, fantasy, and horror and many attendees are professional writers, film producers, artists, and reporters who keep others informed about the goings on in the industry.