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Weapon Policy

Our Weapon Policy is up!  Please read and love it (or at least just read it)

Photography Pass Information will go up Monday.

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All Access Pass Add On is for sale!

The All Access Pass add-on (i.e. the VIP Program) is now on sale!   Click on the “Early Registration Discounts” link to purchase!

**NOTE** You must also have purchased a 3-Day Pass.  Simply buying the All Access Pass add-on will make it invalid.

What does this get you?

Access to the Thursday Night Pre-Con Party!
Saturday Night Meet and Greet with the Guests!
Early Entry into Dealers!
Cosplay Seating!
Free Swag!
And more!
Purchase now here!

AA Submission is now closed

Our Artist Alley submission is now closed – thank you to all who have submitted, and good luck!



Monday April 6th at 2PM – the signups for Artists and Vendors WILL GO LIVE!  Information for Artist Alley and Vendors is under the Information drop down menu.


March 3rd is traditionally Girl’s Day, or Hinamatsuri. A tradition of setting out dolls since the Heian period, which ended in 1185 and is famous for the spread of Buddhism, the writing of the Tale of Genji, and the increase in power of the Samurai class as the right-hand of the imperials. This was considered an important time for the court, and is usually the set period of historical dramas, featuring ladies in the court with many layers of kimono, the capital was in Heian (now modern day Kyoto), Byodo-in (Phoenix Hall), and House Governments. hina+matsuri

The dolls are setup earlier in the year, usually on Setsubun (Which you can find an example of here and a link to the DVD for Haruhi-chan’s dub is here!) and are taken down on March 3rd. These are usually in sets, with the Emperor and Empress at the top and center. The simple setups will only include the two dolls, while the others can be set up in homes anywhere from one platform to seven, including the different members of the Imperial Court, various effects such as fans, and stands for the diamond shaped mochi. You can watch a video of a family setting up a 2 platform version here. Their version is from Kyoto, where the Emperor and Empress are switched, so the setup will change, depending on the region.

For those of you interested in learning Japanese as well, you can find the traditional song with translation here. Or, you can have a throw back to MINIMONI’s Hinamatsuri song here instead!

New Guest #2

Check out who the guest is here!

Look who is returning!

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(formerly Bemani Invasion)

Get your game on with the guys from Tokyo Attack!  They’re bringing the latest and greatest arcade games back to Matsuricon for 2015!

Here’s what they’re offering for 2015!

beatmania IIDX 22 PENDUAL
pop’n music ラピストリア
jubeat saucer fulfill (2 Cabinets)
DanceDanceRevolution 2014
Initial D Arcade Stage 7 AAX (2 Cabinets)
Taiko no Tatsujin
Dance Dance Revolution Extreme / In The Groove
Cho Chabudai Gaeshi! (Super Table-Flip!)



Check the new guest out here!