Thank the Seven, Con of Thrones is back! The Game of Thrones fan convention is returning this summer, August 25-27, 2023, in Orlando, Florida! Con of Thrones will make its home this year at the Hyatt Regency Orlando.
Tickets will go on sale to the public Friday, February 24th, at 1:00 p.m. eastern time.
Since 2017, Con of Thrones has brought together tens of thousands of the biggest fans and creators for Game of Thrones and A Song of Ice and Fire. The convention features over 100 hours of programming and panels, from Special Guest Spotlights to fan-led deep dives into the story and more. The event also features autograph and photograph opportunities with special guests, as well as other add-on experiences like sword-fighting workshops and animal encounter experiences with trained working wolf-dogs.
Past guests have included Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister), Jerome Flynn (Bronn), Hannah Murray (Gilly), Miltos Yerolemou (Syrio Forel), Joe Dempsie (Gendry), Kate Dickie (Lysa Arryn), Paula Fairfield (Sound Design), and many more. Guests for Con of Thrones 2023 will be announced at a later date!
“We are so excited to bring Con of Thrones back to the fans for another year,” says Melissa Anelli, CEO of Mischief Management. “Every previous event has seen the fandom display a level of passion, enthusiasm, and creativity that inspires and thrills us. And Orlando is such a welcoming city for this kind of geek-out!”
Ticket packages for Con of Thrones range from $89 for a Day Pass to $899 for an all-new limited-quantity premium level Dragonrider Pass. Premium-level Dragonrider and Valyrian passes include guaranteed premium seating for all Mainstage events, an exclusive Q&A with special guests, exclusive merchandise, and more. The Dragonrider pass also includes an exclusive cocktail hour with special guests during the event!
Full details on the different ticket types can be found at ConOfThrones.net. For more information, please visit conofthrones.net, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
I’m surprised that nobody has commented on this article before me. Do I get a ‘Hodor’ or say a ‘Hodor’? Alas, I won’t be able to fly from the UK to attend the event but I will be interested to learn what the guests (presumably some of the main actors from HoD) will have to say when they interact with the audience (assuming this event follows a similar format to ones that were held before the pandemic).
Dame of Mercia,
I doubt a bunch of the main characters are going to show up for this considering this show’s been over for 4 years and they have all moved on to other things, but who knows? I would have to imagine a lot of them are not really interested in answering fan questions about the show anymore. They’ll probably just get asked the same questions they’ve already answered a million times over.
“What did you think about the ending?”
“Is everyone a secret Targaryen?”
I would expect actors with nothing on the horizon like Miltos to show up, but that’s about it.
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