Hamilton’s Comic Con returns this month celebrating a decade of pop culture
Published September 5, 2023 at 6:55 pm
Hamilton’s most anticipated pop culture event returns this month to mark its 10th anniversary at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum on Sept. 23 and 24.
Hamilton Comic Con is set to draw over 12,000 fans, and organizers promise a weekend packed with all things pop culture, including celebrities, cosplay, vendors, artists, and more, all within a 100,000-square-foot venue.
“From the very beginning, we’ve had the support of the local community, volunteers, vendors and the fans, and we can’t wait to welcome fans back to the Warplane Museum this September,” said event organizer Chris Dabrowski.
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This year’s edition holds special significance, and it promises to be bigger and better than ever before. Whether you’re a seasoned Comic Con attendee or a first-timer, Dabrowski assures that there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
Celebrities line up for the event include: Erik Estrada and Larry Wilcox (CHIPs); Joseph Marcell (Fresh Prince of Bel-Air); DJ Qualls (Road Trip & The New Guy); Christian (Canadian WWE Legend); Demolition (Wrestling Legends); Danielle Harris (Scream Queen); Shaun Weiss from The Mighty Ducks and so many more.
“In addition to celebrities, there are movie cars, movie props, costume contests, Q&A panels and seminars, memorabilia, artists and so many other pop culture gems to take in and enjoy,” added Dabrowski.
Tickets for Hamilton Comic Con start at just $15 and are available for purchase online or at the door during the event days. The admission fee also grants access to the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum.insauga's Editorial Standards and Policies advertising