Con of Thrones Comes to Orlando in 2020!

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There have been rumors and speculation lately about the next Con of Thrones, and today, we’re happy to bring you the big news! Mischief Management announced that the fourth annual Con of Thrones, the largest convention for fans of Game of Thrones, A Song of Ice and Fire, and the epic worlds of fantasy author George R. R. Martin, will take place next summer in Orlando, Florida, at the Orange County Convention Center. The convention will take place July 17–19, 2020.

Tickets for Con of Thrones will go on sale to the public in two weeks, on Friday, October 4, 2019, at 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time.

“Orlando has always been so welcoming and we’re so excited to bring Con of Thrones to the city,” says Melissa Anelli, CEO of Mischief Management. “Even though the television series has ended, there is still so much passion and enthusiasm in the fandom as we await the next book from George R.R. Martin. We can’t wait to celebrate with this community for another year.”

How will ticketing work for 2020? Con of Thrones will offer three ticket types at special earlybird pricing through December 31, 2019: a single day pass for $49, the full-weekend General Pass for $139, and a limited number of the Valyrian Pass for $349, including exclusive perks like premium seating in MainStage programming and limited edition merchandise. Full details on the different ticket types can be found at conofthrones.net.

As always, Con of Thrones is produced by Mischief Management. Watchers on the Wall is proud to once again be the official programming partner for the con, bringing you a full schedule of panels and events to enjoy. Additional details will be announced at a later date!

For more information and updates, follow Con of Thrones on Facebook,  Twitter, and Instagram!

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    1. Ooo the convention hall has a skybridge attached to hotels. I look forwards to never leaving the soothing touch of air conditioning the entire time.

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    2. I’m so glad we got an announcement, so we can start in on planning. Lisa was very excited when she saw the announcement, as was daughter Grace. (This might double as a big family vacation Visiting Theme Parks trip.)

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    3. Patrick Sponaugle,

      It was so nice to see the entire Sponaugle family in Nashville. Just wish I’d spent more time with you guys! Well, next time!

      JoeMagician:
      Ooo the convention hall has a skybridge attached to hotels. I look forwards to never leaving the soothing touch of air conditioning the entire time.

      I’m not even kidding: that bridge may well save my life. Heat is not something I deal with well.

      Sue the Fury:

      I’m plotting to dragging the kid down a few days early possibly for a Disney run. All kinds of possibilities!

      I’d love to go to Galaxy’s Edge. I may have to sell my liver or something to afford it, though.

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    4. JoeMagician,

      Ummmmm…. I’m nut sure the sky bridges / pedestrian walkways have A/C. Last time I was there, at the Second Largest Convention Center in the U.S., I recall that the bridges were covered, but open aired.

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    5. “… I promise you, friend, the true enemy won’t wait out the storm. He brings the storm.”

      Con of Thrones. In Florida. During hurricane season.

      Best start praying to the Lord of Light.

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    6. Ten Bears,

      Only about 8% of the hurricanes recorded since around 1870, have made landfall in the U.S. during the month of July. Not that they don’t hit, but not very often.

      So, maybe not too much to worry about… But I’m keeping to my prayers to He Who Dwells Beneath The Waves. (Well, and to The Old Gods and The New… including The FSM.)

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