The event, which began back in 2014, is dedicated to celebrating everything SEGA and Sonic the Hedgehog celebrates the company’s eclectic video game history, playing host to industry figures (such as Sonic Adventure voice actor Ryan Drummond) and prominent creators in the fan community.
Every year in June, Sonic fans and press alike (and the guys at The Sonic Stadium happen to be both!) descend unto the arid, star-studded land of Los Angeles to take on the ‘Video Gaming Superbowl’ that is E3. But, every year, on the Sunday before E3 festivities begin, there’s a whole other party happening in the same city just for Sonic fans. Continue reading Talkin’ Bout a Sonic Revolution: We Visit the 2019 Fan Convention
Adding to the growing list of US-based Sonic the Hedgehog fan conventions and meets alongside California’s Sonic Revolution and Georgia’s Sonic & SEGA Fan Jam comes a new event taking place for the first time this year: the Sonic Artist Meetup in Dallas, Texas.
The event is scheduled to take place on June 29th, 2018 from 12pm CDT. While the event is expected to be smaller than it’s counterparts, it promises to include talks on voice acting, various activities throughout the day, a gallery put together by artists and a raffle for artwork with proceeds going to a local charity. The event will conclude with a karaoke party set into the evening.
The Sonic Revolution fan convention is set to return for 2017, this year the event will be held Sunday, June 11th from 10 AM to 6 PM at the Fiesta Hall in Whittier, California.
Along with the confirmation of the venue and the date a number of special guests were also confirmed.
Bill Freiberger, co-executive producer and voice actor on Sonic Boom, as well as Alan Denton, one of the writers for Sonic Boom will be in attendance, fan content creator Balena Productions will also be in attendance.
Tickets will be distributed through GoGetFunding, every ticket comes with a goody bag but for those who want to spend more money, you will be rewarded with a collectable mug or T-Shirt.
More guests and incentives to attend have also been hinted at.
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