Celebrities, artists, authors and more are heading to the Sunshine State! On February 22-24, 2019, Pensacon is taking over the Pensacola Bay Center on 201 East Gregory Street in Pensacola, Florida. Additional venues for the show include the Pensacola Grand Hotel (across the street from the Bay Center), the Saenger Theatre, the Rex Theatre, and the Pensacola Little Theatre, among others.
Exciting guests attending the show include William Shatner (Star Trek), Clive Revill, Lee Towersey, Alan Harris, and Cathy Munroe (Star Wars), Bill Hargreaves (The Empire Strikes Back), Joonas Suotamo, Ingvild Delia and Guy Henry (Rogue One), John Wesley Shipp (The Flash), Sean Gunn and Chris Sullivan (Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2), Kevin Conroy, Diane Pershing, and Loren Lester (Batman: The Animated Series), Karen Allen, Wolf Kahler, Paul Freeman, and Julian Glover (Raiders of the Lost Ark), Colin Baker, Alex Kingston, and Catherine Tate (Doctor Who), Malcolm Goodwin and Steven Weber (iZombie), Tricia Helfer and Tahmoh Penikett (Battlestar Galactica), Lucy Davis (Wonder Woman), Lew Temple (The Walking Dead), Randy Havens and Catherine Dyer (Stranger Things), Craig Cackowski (Drunk History), Luke Youngblood, Sean Biggerstaff, and Chris Rankin (Harry Potter), Erin Gray, Gil Gerard, and Felix Silla (Buck Rogers), Maurice LaMarche and Rob Paulsen (Pinky & The Brain), Bin Furuya (Ultraman), Mark Maddox (HorrorHound), Larry Dixon (Gryphon), Mitch Byrd (Shi), Steven Butler (Web Of Spider-Man), Mark Bode (Cobalt 60), Rob DenBleyker (Cyanide and Happiness), Sam Flegal (Warhammer 40K), Simon Bisley (Sláine), Steve Horton (Bowie: Stardust), Kelly Yates (Doctor Who comics), Ande Parks (Green Arrow), Joseph Michael Linsner (Dawn), and Bob Camp (Tiny Toons).
While Pensacon has already shared their massive guest list, they have yet to unveil their full 2019 program guide. However, as in previous years, attendees can enjoy panels, workshops, photo ops, autograph sessions, and more across the three-day show! One event that Pensacon has shared is their fifth annual Pensacon Short Film Festival. As part of this convention, the films screened will celebrate science fiction, horror, fantasy, superheroes/comic books, pop culture, animation, and documentaries.
Pensacon has events taking place throughout the day and night beginning Friday at 1 PM and ending Sunday at 6 PM. One-day passes are $35 for Friday, $45 for Saturday, and $40 for Sunday. A full weekend pass is available for $70 with children 10 and under admitted for free each day.
For more information on the upcoming show, or to purchase tickets, visit pensacon.com.